A Nigerian man, Taoheed who went viral days ago after he was captured praying for $100 million during Lailatul Qodri, is now smiling to the bank.
In the clip, he lifted his voice up to Allah on the night of prayers and miracles at Marina Car Park and kept asking to be blessed with a huge sum of money, his intense prayer attracted attention of other Muslim faithfuls.
“Lailatul Qodri” or Laylatul Qadr is a special night of prayers observed by Muslims during the month of Ramadan.
After the cleric who was present during the night of prayer came across the footage he decided to help get Taoheed closer to his hearts desire.
He launched an unofficial fundraiser wherein people donated different sums to the tune of half a million naira.
A fresh video shows the moment the cleric was handing the man the monies in bundles as they were being donated by well-meaning people.
In other news, a man recently revealed that he resigned his membership from the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, following the church’s silence in the face of violent, rigging and other anomalies that occurred during the 2023 general election.
He had earlier vowed to leave the church if the leadership fails to take a stand in calling out the ruling APC for flying with a Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket and for allegedly unleashing violence and rigging during the election.
The church member known as @jnr_lambo said he also collected the equipment he donated to the church in fulfilment of a warning he issued.
He had written on 20th February; “Dear RCCG. I want to categorically state that if you remain silent in this existential & defining elections of Nigeria till election day and don’t make your stand known I’ll arrogantly resign my membership and I’ll take with me the sound equipment and lighting I donated.
I cannot serve God under a hypocrite congregation, I have written to the church several times the body of Christ deserve bold men who will stand up for the truth not this drama you are displaying what is the use of the political department you rushed to create during primaries.”
Fast-forward to March 21, few days after the conclusion of the governorship election, he said that he donated the sound and lighting instruments to a smaller church.
In his words; “Although I was bashed initially for this tweet, but now I’m glad everyone has seen RCCG for who it’s. And yes I took away all the sound and lighting instruments which I donated, alongside the 24 chairs.
The small church was put under pressure not to receive the equipment’s. But they Holy spirit gave them courage and they saw above the intimidation by members of RCCG, and now they’ve used the equipment to the Glory of God for the past 2 Sundays…”