“I am ready to give most of my income to the poor”- Dele Momodu.

August 16, 2020
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Nigerian media mogul, Dele Momodu has revealed that he is ready to give majority of his income to the poor.

According to him, he made this decision because he now understands  what Jesus meant when he told his followers, ‘sell off your riches and offer to the poor’.

He took to his page on Twitter, to express how he feels after giving out money to some people in need.

The Ovation magazine publisher implored his friends to help him to fulfill his desire. He stated that he is expecting nothing in return.

He says that all he wants, from giving majority of his income, to those in need, is prayer.

Mohmodu made these statements after some beneficiaries of his kind gestures sent text messages to him to appreciate him.

In the screenshots of the messages he shared online, the media mogul supported students who would be writing the 2020 WAEC examination with N5000.

In his words;

“When JESUS said the rich should sell off their riches and offer to the poor, I now understand better. I feel so fulfilled and ready to give most of my income to the poor, expecting nothing but only PRAYERS in return, and will encourage my friends to join me… GOD HELP ME”.

See screenshots below,

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