Vocal radio personality, Daddy Freeze born Ifedayo Olarinde has fresh words for Nigerian clergymen whom he once described as Yahoo pastors in suits.
In a post on Instagram, the controversial Cool FM presenter advised that Nigerian pastors emulate the life of Pope Francis whom he says does not hate Muslims, neither does he preach for nations to divide.
“I love Pope Francis…. He is the most amazing person ever! He loves the poor and doesn’t pick their pockets like our Daddy GOs… He doesn’t hate the Muslims, neither does he preach for nations to divide…. Nigerian Yahoo boy pastors, please learn from this awesome person…..”
Recall some time ago that Freeze called out Nigerian clergymen for imploring their congregation to pay tithe when discussing the issue on his interactive radio ‘Sunday Praise Jam’.
During the show, Freeze said; “Instead of paying your tithe to a glamorous church, why don’t you use it to feed the poor and pay the bills for the sick.
“Tithe payment could be directed into solving a real problem.” He added.
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