The controversial preacher made the claims during a live video which he shared on his social media platforms where he was reacting to the news of Sunday Igboho's alleged ailment.
In his live video, the controversial preacher and leader of the Free Nations in Christ church spoke on the current value of the Nigerian currency as against what it used to be.
In the video, Daddy Freeze noted that 2,000 US Dollars used to be about 300,000 Naira, but that the same amount of dollars is now over a million Naira.
He further revealed that he remembers buying an 8,000 dollars wristwatch for about 1.1 million Naira back in the days.
Also, he said that he once bought a 40,000 dollars watch for only 6 million Naira. According to him, the same amount of dollars in today's money is nearly 25 million Naira.
Daddy Freeze further said that wristwatches appreciate better than houses when the economy and the currency of a country are not good.
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