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₦2,000 Or Jesus Christ – Nigerian Man Picks ₦2,000 Over Jesus Christ

In a recent viral video making waves on social media, a Nigerian man sparked attention by opting for ₦2,000 over choosing Jesus Christ. The captivating footage, titled “Accept 2k or Christ,” features a young man presenting a peculiar choice to passersby – embrace Jesus Christ into their lives or receive a cash reward of ₦2,000.

In the video, one individual wastes no time in making a bold decision, swiftly choosing the tangible ₦2,000 over the spiritual option and bidding farewell to the man posing the question.

As the video gained traction on social media, concerned individuals flooded the comment section, sharing a variety of thoughts and opinions on the unexpected choice. The clip has ignited discussions about values, priorities, and the intriguing dynamics of decisions in the modern world.

See some reactions below: 

MOZZY: “na Christ send the 2k bro.”

kofococoزينب: “Bread and beans money don set.”

ashleystryplom: “He go accept jesus later buh for make I use the 2k chop first.”

Kvngpac 🇳🇬🇺🇸: “that second guy no even think am.”

Baze Tu: “if Christ hear say i no accept 2k, teath go full ground.”

Çàll Mê Fazzy Bee: “That other guy still they think.”

Jeremy Ollanketo: “Haa omo dis life don change . omo d guy on blue asap hmmm WAHALA.”

userpogbamishaeldickson: “who notice say the guy on blue eye just dey d money.”

Mai_Zamani_INJECTOR: “na person wey don chop go choose christ against 2k.”

Shoboi22: “d guy in blue was focused on the cash from the start.”


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