Your first salary belongs to your father not pastor – Kanayo O Kanayo

Nollywood veteran actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, has advised people to seek blessings from their fathers with their first salary rather than from their pastors.

The filmmaker made this known while giving his blessing to his son, Clinton Mbaise, who recently joined his production company, Simpliciter Associates Productions, as an assistant production manager and personal assistant to him.
In the video shared on Instagram on Thursday, Kanayo O Kanayo requested his son’s first salary as a Nollywood production manager assistant and also advised people to seek blessings from their fathers with their first salary rather than from their pastors.

“Take your first SALARY to your father for his blessings NOT TO YOUR PASTOR. And to that Pastor who said it belongs to him in a video in January, did you ever consider, the feeding/ transportation to and fro the office for that month? Where is this in the Bible?

“CHRISTIANS WAKE UP. This is not Christianity,” Kanayo captioned the video.

Speaking in the video, Kanayo said the amount of money a parent may recover from their child varies depending on the individual. Kanayo also emphasised that only a father can bless his child.
He said, “I want to observe a culture from our ancestors which has led to the progress of many people you see today, ”Father blessing.’

“Clinton my son just concluded a few production management with us and he has earned his first salary, his first salary is N50,000 for a movie.
“The first salary of a young man, he goes to his father to say Nnayi my salary is N50,000, the father may decide to take the entire money, he may also decide to take any amount and his father will now bless him.


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“The idea of his father asking him to know the salary is, so his father would teach him financial management.

“All you going to pastors to give your salary, you are wasting your time, is not part of our culture.”

Mbaise who graduated from Babcock University with a degree in Information and Communication Technology, recently joined the movie industry.
The veteran actor revealed that Mbaise will be joining his production company, emphasizing that his son is there to work and shouldn’t be given any preferential treatment.

“This is Clinton Onyeze Mbaise, my first son. And he is joining us today as assistant production manager and as my personal assistant,” he said.

“Do not treat him like my son. It is a warning I am giving to everybody. He is here to work. He is going to earn a fee like every other person. Do not begin to say na K.O.K son. I no dey for that kind thing. Treat him as a member of the production crew.”

He added that Mbaise studied filmmaking and management before proceeding with further studies.


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