In recent times, a lot has been said about the payment of tithes in churches and some people are still of the opinion that this is not necessary while others believe that it is a sin of you do not pay your tithe.

A pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Mike Nwanegbo, who decided to defend the general overseer Pastor Enoch Adeboye on tithing issues, has set social media on fire with his shocking revelation.

Pastor Nwanegbo in a lengthy video disclosed that his friend’s wife was banned from heaven for not paying tithe here on earth.

RCCG pastor supports Adeboye on tithing, claims his friend’s wife was banned from heaven

Pastor Mike Nwanegbo and Pastor Enoch Adeboye

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His Facebook video says: “This issue of madness that is going around the whole world where people are talking about tithe and insulting elders and people over tithes. I think it is necessary I put my voice to this issue. Pastor E.A Adeboye who happens to be my pastor and my father in the Lord has made a statement that those who do not pay their tithe will not make heaven. Whoever is critising that statement you are doing so because you never heard the whole story. Pastor Adeboye was talking specifically to his spiritual children and he was pouring out his heart to them about how understood the scripture and has a man he has a right to air his view. So, Pastor Adelaja you have no right to say he is working with the gospel of mammon as this has nothing with and I do not see where he has gone wrong.

Watch full video below:

PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News Anywhere 24/7. Spend less on the Internet! earlier reported that controversial radio presenter Daddy Freeze called out Pastor Adeboye for saying anyone who does not pay tithe will not make heaven. Freeze added that he is disappointed in the man of God.

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