The Last Time I Stepped Into A Bank Was In 1985: Tunde Bakare

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Pastor Tunde Bakare
Pastor Tunde Bakare

Senior Pastor of Latter Rain Ministry, Pastor Tunde Bakare has said that the last time he stepped into a banking hall for any financial transaction was in 1985.

The Pastor said the other times he had stepped into a banking hall would be either to sanctify a new branch as banks always come to his home for transactions.

Speaking on the topic: A Healthy, Robust Heavenly Bank Account, the cleric said, “I am not showing off as you will call it, I am only provoking you to charge up yourself.

“My mother was not a rich woman, but someone once told her that she would have bank accounts abroad and she laughed, but right now, she has a son that has bank accounts abroad.

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“These things don’t really have anything to do with education…”

Pastor Bakare said: If I can run bank accounts without visiting the banks, you too can. I don’t have two heads, neither does Dangote. Paying your tithe and offering doesn’t mean you have a heavenly bank account.”

“If you think I am going to rush this sermon, you missed. I am going to go slow, after all, our president is ‘Baba Go Slow’ and I am his very good friend…

“To store up a treasure in heaven requires a different approach. Holding loosely and sharing freely and giving away heartily treasure for God’s kingdom purpose,” Bakare said.

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