100 Million In Sports Betting, Pastor Close Down Church

After Winning 100 Million in Sports Betting, Pastor Shocks Congregation by Shutting Down Church

  • Ugandan Pastor Shocks Congregants and Neighbors by Closing Church After Winning Big in Sports Betting

  • “I must admit that I also opened this church due to ‘greed’ but not anointing,” he said.

The residents of a Ugandan neighborhood were left stunned after a pastor closed down his church soon after winning over 100 million from sports betting. The pastor, known as Pastor Tim, had been holding outdoor crusades in the area where he shared his divine encounter with the Almighty, leading many to believe he was a genuine man of God.

Miss Martha, one of the neighbors, shared that Pastor Tim had given impressive testimonies and visions, claiming that he had been appointed as a representative of heaven on earth. But after hitting it big in sports betting, the pastor has now revealed his true intentions of opening the church.

“I must admit that I also opened this church due to ‘greed’ but not anointing,” he said.

According to the pastor, his expectations of making millions from the church did not materialize, and he was forced to seek alternative means of making money.

“I started gambling about four years ago. I would place bets on several platforms using the money I got as offerings and tithes in Church. Sometimes I would come up with a fake Church project to get some money for bets over the weekend,” he added.

While many were disappointed by the pastor’s actions, he remains unapologetic and plans to use his newfound fortune to expand his business ventures.

“I am planning to start a big shop in a town far from here. I will also get a nice car. God has remembered me,” he said.

The incident has left many questioning the authenticity of some religious leaders and their true motives for opening churches. It is a cautionary tale of the dangers of greed and the need for transparency in religious institutions.

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