This Cleric Owns No House, Land Or Bank Account But Does This Fact Make Him Righteous Or Moral?

The head of Kingdom on Earth Mission (KIHEM), Olutanmole Agbaye, has been said to own no bank account, has no landed property nor does he possess any house of his own. According to Oseyiza King Oogbodo, this cleric is worth emulating because of these factors. The question is, does this make the cleric a moral or a righteous person?

The cleric has been in the ministry for about 50 years and according to his admirer, he has zero desire for worldly glory.

Oogbodo took to his Facebook handle where he posted a picture of the man with the caption:

“He started as a practicing Christian and devoted member of a church located at the eyebrow of Ilupeju, Lagos mainland. He became head of the church by divine appointment after the demise of the founder. He believes in doing things right and his doggedness and uncommon discipline brought sanity back to the church which was ridden with corruption then. He demonstrated rear leadership style of selflessness and this made people love and become attracted to him. Right from the beginning of his encounter with Christ, he vowed not to call any earthly thing his own because Christ owned nothing. He declared in front of a mammoth crowd that he would never leave any material legacy for his biological children because all properties belong to the ministry. He believes all teachings of Christ as written in the scriptures should be deposited in the lives of followers of Christ and not to be read as novel or newspaper hence he teaches his followers not to leave all life changing doctrine of Christ in the Bible but make it their way of life. He is teacher of eternal life just like Jesus.” 

The young man added that Agbaye gives scholarships to many who are not members of his ministry and also, adopts children from orphanages and gave them meaningful lives.

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