Daddy Freeze: Why I am after High Breed Pastors who deceive Nigerians

“I’m After Prosperity Pastors Cos I Haven’t Found A Muslim Cleric Who Owns A Private Jet”.

Daddy Freez

Daddy Freeze

Popular Nigerian disc jockey, Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly known as Daddy Freeze has disclosed why he decides to wage a running battle against modern day pastors and ignore Muslim clerics.

He says why Christian preachers deceive their followers and milk the poor attendees to become stupendously rich, he has not seen Muslim preachers doing same.

“I’m After Prosperity Pastors Cos I Haven’t Found A Muslim Cleric Who Owns A Private Jet”.

Daddy Freeze said this while discussing a variety of issues in a recent interview with SAharaTV in Lagos.

Olarinde who is the convener of the #Freesheepie movement laid out his reasons for starting the movement aimed at helping Christians entrapped by the deceptive gospel of prosperity preaching pastor to free themselves.

He also revealed why his movement is against ” Tithing” and the wrong practices going on in churches led by Pentecostal Pastors who are fleeting their congregants in Nigeria.

 He named some Pastors who he said collected tithes that were used to build schools that their members could not afford to send their kids and wards to and said he goes after these pastors who own private jets at the expense of their poor members.

Asked why he doesn’t preach against Muslim clerics and politicians with the same passion, he said that he is not too knowledgeable about Islamic doctrines but was quick to say he hasn’t seen a Muslim cleric with a private jet, regardless of the size of their congregation.

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