The President of the Omega Fire Ministries worldwide (OFM) Apostle Johnson Suleman has poked fun at COOL FM’s Daddy Freeze as the controversial tithing debate rages on.
Apostle Suleman poked fun at Daddy Freeze when he took to his Twitter page to announce that he just increased his tithe to 30 per cent.
“I just increased my tithe to 30 percent, Satan go and die”, Apostle Suleman wrote on his verified Twitter page.
Meanwhile, Daddy Freeze has denied claims by the Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, who said the radio personality beats his ex-wife and also broke their son’s knee when they were still legally married.
Recall that Pastor Ashimolowo during his televised sermon said; “Once and for all let’s settle this matter, on the power of the tithe. Some bunch of yoyo somewhere should not determine what you pay. Some guy who beats his wife, throws her out, throws his children out of the house, broke his son’s knees, should not determine what we believe. He drinks alcohol, sleeps with women and he’s trying to preach.”
However, Daddy Freeze denied such claims when he wrote thus on his Instagram page; “I didn’t beat my ex-wife or break my son’s knee. It is the petty lies they tell when they don’t have scriptural backing”.
Last week, an Abuja based cleric, Pastor Humble Okoro offered to exorcise Daddy Freeze of 52 destiny destroying demons over his stance on tithing.
Pastor Okoro challenged Daddy Freeze who has been on the receiving end due to his stance on tithing to a spiritual contest at National Stadium Abuja but he says it is not a contest as such as he hopes to prove to Nigerians that the on air personality is demonized.
By Ahmed Boulor…
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