Controversial radio personality, Daddy Freeze has taken a sly dig at the founder of Love World Ministries a.k.a Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, who claimed that the Federal Government imposed a lockdown on Lagos, Abuja and Ogun because it has a secret plan for 5G network installations.
The media personality who was reacting to the comments made by Pastor Chris said the clergy’s take on the issue is rooted deeply in illusory correlation, attitude polarization and belief perseverance.
Daddy Freeze further added in a post on his official Instagram handle that he was disappointed at the comments made by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome stating further that his recent teachings on the matter was dangerous.
He wrote; “I am disappointed in Chris Oyakhilome. How can the Federal Government have a secret 5G plan? What on earth is this? How can he get away with saying such things? The deaths in Wuhan were caused by 5G not coronavirus? Like WTF?
“According to him, the federal government needed to lockdown Lagos and Abuja to install 5G? Really? … Like the government needs anyone’s approval to install anything.
“As far as I’m concerned, this is rooted deeply in illusory correlation, attitude polarization and belief perseverance, making teachings like these dangerous.
“How I wish I can ‘unhear’ this, I can’t believe I just wasted a part of the few daylight hours at my disposal listening to such,” he added.
Pastor Chris while preaching in his church on Sunday April 5 had opined that what has killed so many people in Wuhan, China is not Coronavirus as has been reported but rather it is the 5G network installed there.
He challenged anyone with a different opinion to come forward and also stated that social-distancing is a ploy by the government to keep people indoors so they do not protest the installation of 5G network in Nigeria.
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