Satan is the god of this world - Daddy Freeze mocks those doing #hesgotthewholeworldchallenge

Satan is the god of this world - Daddy Freeze mocks those doing #hesgotthewholeworldchallenge

- Daddy Freeze has taken to social media to slam those partaking in the social media challenge #hesgotthewholeworldchallenge

- The challenge which involves singing the popular Christian song started following the coronavirus pandemic

- The controversial OAP in an Instagram video, mocked people who sang the song

- According to him, Satan is the god of this world, adding that Nigerians donated to churches rather than hospitals

Controversial Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze, has taken to social media to make jest of Nigerians partaking in the now trending challenge, #hesgotthewholewordchallenge on social media.

The challenge which entails people recording themselves singing the popular Christian song, He's Got The Whole World, was started by Tyler Perry following the coronavirus pandemic, and many Nigerians seem to have picked it up.

Well, Daddy Freeze is not here for it, and has taken to social media to share his thoughts on the Nigerians who are partaking in the challenge. In a video shared to his Instagram page, the media personality made jest of people singing the song and stated that Satan was the god of this world.

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Daddy Freeze accused them of giving their monies to churches while the country lacked well equipped hospitals. He then stated that only countries who have developed themselves can partake in the challenge.

"You rejected the truth and chase after myth and think a song can save you. Are you living right? Do you know who God is? Which of the gods has the world in his hands? The one you disobeyed or the one you're giving your money to? It's not about singing songs, it's about obeying God and knowing Who he truly is?

'You're paying your tithes and you refuse to build hospitals. You're donating to churches. We have hundred thousand-seater churches in Nigeria but we do not have well-equipped hospitals. How many respirators do we have? It's not about singing songs. Let the nations who have built themselves up sing songs," the media personality said.

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Meanwhile, Bishop Sam Zuga of House of Joy ministry and founder of both Samzuga free medical treatment and Samzuga international has offered to treat anyone infected with coronavirus.

The man of God revealed this during a healing crusade organised to sensitize people about coronavirus also known as COVID-19, in Yola, Adamawa state.

The bishop said: “No virus can survive in my body, my body is the temple of God, it can’t accommodate anything called virus. Corona virus is not different from other diseases God has been using me to heal. A virus cannot decide for me. I can stay at home when I want, not when corona is giving orders."

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