Daddy Freeze compares China and Nigeria, says being religious does not bring wealth

Daddy Freeze compares China and Nigeria, says being religious does not bring wealth

Nigerian controversial OAP, Daddy Freeze, is back in the limelight and as expected, he is speaking up against going to pastors for financial advise.

According to the #freethesheeple leader, most developed countries who have succeeded in eradicating extreme poverty, are often not religious. He went on to state that listening to pastors or religious leaders can never make one rich.

He wrote: "The Chinese people that built this train (look out for China civil on the coachwork), have the world’s largest number of billionaires in dollars, a total of 819 billionaires and have eradicated extreme poverty.In China 90% of the population does not believe in, or practice ANY religion. Of the 10% left, majority are Buddhist.

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Practicing a religion or worshipping God does NOT guarantee wealth, if it did, Nigeria with 5 churches on every street will have the highest number of billionaires, instead we have only 5 billionaires in dollars and the world’s largest number of poor people living in extreme poverty, visit If you want to be rich stop listening to any pastor or religious leader, instead go to business school, or try to emulate the Chinese. ~FRZ"

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This is not be the first time the heavily criticized OAP is speaking out against pastors and Nigerian churches.

At the recent launch of singer Falz's new album, Moral Instruction, his mother Funmi Falana, revealed that the singer no longer goes to church, expressing her concern over the issue as she urged him to start attending.

As expected, controversial Nigerian OAP and leader of the #FreeTheSheeple movement, Daddy Freeze weighed in on the matter. According to Freeze who is an avid critic of Nigerian churches and her leaders, he stated that the singer isn't missing much as most Nigerian churches misinterpret the true meaning of the religion.

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