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Daddy Freeze Reacts To Cardinal Okogie’s Criticism Of Pastor Adeboye

Controversial CoolFM’s On Air Personality, Daddy Freeze, has reacted to story of Archbishop Emeritus of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Cardinal Anthony Olubunmi Okogie criticising General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye’s decision to have as many branches as possible.

DAILYPOST earlier reported that Okogie said there is no Godliness in the decision by some churches in the country to have as many branches as possible, describing such as “mere business centres.”

Freeze, who is widely known as a big critic of pastors and preachers, hailed the Cardinal for his criticism of Pastor Adeboye.

In an Instagram post, Freeze said, “I have been driving up and down Lagos looking for this cardinal, so I can give him one huge hug.”

“Finland has the most stable economy in world today. There are less than 20 churches in Finland.

“Switzerland has the second most stable economy in the world. Switzerland has less than 30 churches.

“Denmark is the third most stable economy in the world. Denmark has about 23 churches in it.

“These are countries considered largely atheist in nature, yet so blessed.

“Come to Owerri town, SE Nigeria, from MCC junction to Toronto junction, there are 36 churches. That stretch of about 5 km harbours 36 churches, more churches than the entire Switzerland.

“Between Owerri and Mgbidi l counted 97 churches and gave up.

“According to CAC, Nigeria has over 23,000 registered churches. We have more churches than schools and hospitals combined. More pastors than doctors and teachers combined. Everyone is born again. All are covered in the blood of Jesus. All are filled with the Holy Spirit.’

“Yet none of those claims reflects in the expected moral elevation of society. We are still one of the greediest, laziest, corrupt, deceitful, hypocritical and hateful set of beings on the planet today, with all our Christ and Holy Spirit.

”Our people need to draw the line between religiosity and spirituality.”


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