You are ungrateful if you receive your salary and didn’t tell your boss thank you – Clergyman, Gospel Agochukwu

The founder of  Shekinah Arena Int’l Gospel Ministries, Evangelist Gospel Agochukwu, has caused a buzz on social media over his stance on the employer-employee relationship.

In a Facebook post he shared on Thursday, July 5, the clergyman stated that any employee who fails to appreciate their boss after receiving their salary is ungrateful.

According to him, it is imperative for employees to thank their employers after receiving their salary at the end of the month.

“You are very ungrateful if you receive your salary and didn’t tell your boss thank you,” he wrote.

His statement has sparked a huge debate on social media, with many disagreeing with his opinion.

Read some comments as you scroll,

@nellobrown wrote, “Even the Bible said that every laborer deserves his/her wages,Salary is what you earned for working and not a privilege or giveaway that you won or was selected for.This one don smoke Igbo and begin talk rubbishhhhhhh”

@chinonso wrote, “Most Nigerians love to promote toxic work culture. That’s why paying people for working overtime sounds like a strange concept to some of these bosses. 9-5 is most times 7-7”

@conunwor wrote, “A work man is worthy of his wages”. Dear pastor, if work has been done then the salary is the employer’s part of the agreement. No appreciation is required”

@db_naturals_ wrote, “You work for money
You get paid
You should still roll on the floor to say thank you? If you didn’t need the employer service you wouldn’t have employed them na
Na wa o”

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Evangelist Gospel Agochukwu buys rented chair Apostle Suleman sat on, claims it raised a dead boy

GFNG had earlier reported that the Evangelist also caused a stir on Facebook after claiming that a chair Apostle Johnson Suleman sat on brought a dead boy to life.

The native of Awalla autonomous community in Isiekenesi, Ideato South in Imo state said he rented the luxury gold chair for Apostle Suleman who graced his program.

He said that he had to buy the chair after it brought a member’s son back to life.

Evangelist Gospel shares how the chair resurrected a dead boy

According to the evangelist, a Ghanaian neighbour visited his church with her dead child after efforts to resuscitate him medically and locally failed.

He said the member was advised to bury the child but refused and called his line but it was switched off. The clergyman said he was away and this made the woman put the dead child on the chair after praying on the altar.

He said the boy sneezed and resurrected. “…Her last option was to come to church and pray as she tried my numbers all switched off. “

After she prayed on the alter she took the child and kept on the white chair apostle sat on the boy sneezed and came back to life,” he wrote. Evang Gospel said he had to buy the chair after hearing the testimony when he got back.

Mixed reactions trail Evangelist Gospel Agochukwu’s testimony

Achebe Grace said: “Go and return someone’s property if you didn’t pay to buy it biko,lying because you want crowd in your ministry. “Onye mmili fulu ukwuia ka oya eli. “It’s people that believe such gibbe.rish I pity cos they like this kind of story.”

Aroo Ibra said: “Gullibles. How many dead child have they raised in Nigeria? Fake testimony. How can a human being believe this type of story? When will government start arresting people like this! Go try such miracle in USA if all of u won’t end up in prison.”

Ọgbẹni Ajakaye said: “DJ YK… “Show us the pictures and Videos.. Only your mumu slaves followers go believe this… Rewrite the script abeg.”

Prince Alex Madojemu said: “The chair should be taking to a near by hospital so it could heal more people. Or probably be donated to any hospital so that more people can get heal. Una head they pain una.”

Favour Mayor said: “Nor Be this guy see new money for Bible? “I dey with you papa, Ride On, you’re the only begotten son of our generation.”

Evangelist Gospel claims heavenly bank sent him money

It was previously reported that Evangelist Gospel had claimed a heavenly bank sent him money.

The cleric said he was really in need of the new cash, but he was unable to access any, but miraculously, he found some new naira notes within the pages of his Bible.

He said: “Needed Cash to get something urgent and help a family without bank account but couldn’t find; I opened one of my bible and found some new Naira notes. “Bank of Heaven has supplied me already. Miracle no de tire Jesus.”