A popular Nigerian radio presenter, Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly known as Daddy Freeze has once again spoken today. According to a post he made on his verified Facebook page, he made it known that giving money to a church is not giving to God.
He went on and advised people not to be misled. He went on and stated it clearly that what the church needs is support for the ministry and nothing more.
Furthermore, Daddy Freeze made it known that the only way you can give to God is by giving to the poor or to the needy. He then added that you can only give to your pastor only if he is poor.
This is really a serious one from Daddy Freeze. I know that many people may not agree with him, but I think he has made a valid point here. Pastors and men of God should be helped, but it's not compulsory for you to do so.
So, what is your own take as it regards to what Daddy Freeze has just said here. You can drop your comments and opinions below.
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