Popular Nigerian radio broadcaster, businessman and all-round entertainer Ifedayo Olarinde who is also known as Daddy Freeze has said that church weddings are not necessary. Daddy Freeze posted a video of a pastor who also said that church weddings are not necessary because the most important thing is the parents' blessing.
Daddy Freeze said that there is no scriptural instance where pastors, apostles, prophets or disciples were given the right to officiate a weddings. Daddy Freeze said that if it is not scriptural then it is man-made idea.
Daddy Freeze said: "Guys listen, your plumber or mechanic officiating your wedding carries the same blessing as your GO officiating it. There is no instance scripturally where pastors, apostles, bishops, disciples or prophets were given the right to officiate weddings. If it is not scriptural then it is man-made idea".
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