Apostle Joshua Iginla, founder of Abuja-based Pentecostal church, Champions Royal Assembly has acquired a private jet, according to his church members “to further the cause of the ministry”.
This seem to be the trend among pastors. These pastors have a lot of poor members .
Now, it is not a sin or crime to have a private jet as a pastor, but i think this is uncalled for in the face of abject poverty in the country, not excluding depression and suicide.
Instead of building monuments, buying private jets and building schools even members cannot attend, pastors should come together irrespective of their denominations and address the issuer of poverty and bad leadership in the country.