Sunday 12 March 2023

Naira Scarcity: Churches Lose Millions As Tithes, Offerings Reduce....Diocese of Ilesa Considers Needy and Elderly Members

Some churches in Nigeria have seen tithes and offering figures drop as members lament the difficulty in getting transport money to their worship places.

It has been revealed that church tithes and offerings have continued to diminish.

This is due to the scarcity of new notes and the inability to transfer money from banks due to network problem.

Some churches have seen tithes and offering figures drop as members lament the difficulty in accessing cash.

Many pastors this Sunday complained of poor offerings due to scarcity of money and prayed fervently as they lamented that domestic staff salaries for January are yet to be paid because the church has not realised any tangible amount since the cash policy started.

Some have been sharing out their banks' account details for online tithing and payments of offerings and other dues and levies.

Since most members are complaining about transport money to church, hunger and other serious issues caused by the cashless policy, to show that the church cares, the diocesan of Diocese of Ilesa, Anglican Communion, Rt. Rev. Prof. Dapo Asaju has announced a donation of 22 bags of rice to be shared to the needy and the elderly members of the Cathedral of St. John, Iloro, Ilesa and the various archdeaconries of his Cathedral and parishes. He encourages those who can add to the donation to do so.


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