The founder and presiding Bishop of Living faith church worldwide AKA winner chapel has came under fire for his recent assertion about payment of tithes.
Bishop David Oyedepo is a very popular preacher, Christian author and religious leader in Nigeria. He is also a successful businessman as he owns two Universities.
Pastor David Oyedepo has taken to his official Twitter handle to declare that anyone who does not pay his tithes is under a financial curse and also reveals the consequences of it. This tweet has caused a lot of controversy on social media.
Just few hours ago Daddy freeze, a controversial TV personality, broadcaster and radio talk show host has reacted to what pastor Davido Oyedepo tweeted yesterday. Daddy freeze attacked him about the statement he made concerning payment of titthes. He said that Bishop David Oyedepo is uttering nonsense and even questioned him if he's more prosperous as Jeff Bezos, Bill gates and Warren Buffet who don't tithe.
"Utter nonsense!...are you one percent as prosperous as or as wealth as Jeff Bezos, Bill gates and Warren Buffet who don't tithe?
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