Popular Nigerian radio broadcaster, businessman and all-round entertainer Ifedayo Olarinde who is also known as Daddy Freeze has taken to his official Instagram handle to reveal what he will do if he sees workers of a bank, pharmacy or restaurant doing morning prayers. Daddy Freeze is popularly known for his controversial posts on the social media platforms.
Daddy Freeze said that if he goes to a bank, pharmacy or restaurant and he sees workers doing opening prayers while customers are waiting, he will withdraw his patronage from the bank, account or restaurant.
He said that people who are over spiritual tend to substitute spirituality for work. He said: "If I go to a restaurant, pharmacy or bank and see them doing opening prayer while customers are waiting, I will withdraw my patronage with immediate effect. People who are over spiritual tend to substitute spirituality for work".
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