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"I Can't Serve A God Who Can't Resurrect Mohbad Or Stop Election Rigging" - Daddy Freeze

Daddy Freeze’s recent statements have sparked controversy yet again as he criticizes God for what he perceives as inaction in various societal issues. The media personality, known for his unconventional views on Christianity, took to Instagram to express his disillusionment with God’s perceived lack of intervention.

In his Instagram post, he raised poignant questions, expressing his inability to serve a God who seemingly couldn’t resurrect individuals like Mohbad, allow financial struggles among tithe-paying individuals, or prevent election rigging. Freeze emphasized the need to redefine the concept of ‘god’ from what his parents had taught him.

His post reads;

“I can never serve a God that stops the snow but cannot resurrect young people like Mohbad, or his servant like Osinachi. A god who watches his tithe paying children in hunger and penury yet cannot stop the free falling Naira, despite his son’s declaration in 2016. A god whose angels were watching over polling booths, yet rigging went unabated. I think it has NOE come upon us to change the narrative of what our parents consider to be ‘god’”.

“It has been proven statistics that your GO’ God is unprofitable, serve such a god at your own risk”.

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The post triggered a heated response from both supporters and critics. Some defended the concept of serving God regardless of personal gains, while others questioned Freeze’s beliefs and upbringing.

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Daddy Freeze Instagram post

This isn’t the first time Daddy Freeze has stirred controversy with his outspoken opinions. Recently, he criticized religious leaders for their silence regarding a Big Brother Naija All-Stars winner’s pledge to donate a substantial tithe to a church, highlighting what he perceives as hypocrisy within religious circles.

Freeze’s unorthodox views continue to provoke discussion and debate on matters concerning religion and societal norms.”

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