On air personality Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly referred to as Daddy freeze # Freethesheeple leader seems to have prepared answers for every Tom, Dick and Harry that make comments regarding “Tithing”. I f you say one word, he replies in ten words- Ahah. Infact, It is even becoming like season film. So I have decided to upload the seasons for you all and will be updating you with new seasons

Remember that Daddy Freeze is against the payment of tithe to pastors as he believes it is better to give tithes to the needy than giving Nigerian pastors. So, he called on top men of God such as Pastor Enoch Adeboye of RCCG, Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith etc. to prove where God asked people to pay tithes.

So Ogefash presents to you…

Season 1: Daddy Adeboye versus Daddy Freeze (This one get plenty episodes)

Daddy Freeze said tithe was meant to be eaten with families in the house of God, and it is biblical to use tithe and to buy beer and drink in the house of God. He further said no Nigerian Prophet, Pastor or General Overseer was qualified to receive tithes from their members.

Pastor Adeboye simply replied that ‘’Even mad people will not come to church to drink alcohol.

“I know who is talking and I did not want to worry myself about such person. But please do not let anybody get you into trouble by attracting God’s curse to yourself, please pay your tithe.

“I have said it before and I will say it again and again, if your physical father curses you, it can be cancelled by your spiritual father, if your spiritual father curses you, it can be cancelled by the General Overseer, if your general overseer curses you, you can fast and pray to your father in heaven but if God curses you, where will you go? “he asked.

Season 2: Daddy Freeze and Apostle Suleman; Freeze reacted to Apostle Suleman’s statement that he increased his tithe from 10% to 30%, adding that satan should go and die.

Daddy Freeze’s reply “Satan should go and die is now the new biblical defense for tithing?

“The association of Nigerian Theologians, according to ‘The Point’ newspaper, published on the 20th of November 2017, declared that Christians should not pay tithe. Are they now the devil you speak of?

“I will say that paying 30% tithe has NO basis in Christianity, but you can prove me wrong, by showing me one bible verse where our new High priest under the order of Melchizedek, Jesus, paid tithe, or where the disciples, our first pastors and GOs, paid 30% tithes.

“Now, unto other unrelated matters, that’s how one guy said one governor will die in 2 weeks and the governor is still hale and hearty, nearly 2 years later!


Season 3: Daddy Adeboye demanded 1 billion naira offering from the congregation when the church to build a new auditorium… Pastor Adeboye’s words: “We need N1 billion Naira from ten people. If you are one of them, please see my personal Secretary after we finish today.

“We also need N100 million from those who can afford it, if you are in that category. Please see my personal Secretary as well.
“Nonetheless, we need everyone’s involvement. If you can afford N50 million, N20 million, N5 million, N1 million to as low as N100, kindly make sure you participate.”

Daddy freeze watched the video and said “Is the special announcement only for the billionaires? Did Jesus segregate the believers according to their spending power?

“If I may ask, where did all the billions and hundred millions go to? Did it go into building free hospitals or free schools or factories where workers can work or was it just swallowed by ‘church expenses’ or was it geared towards building more churches, something we already have much more than enough?

“When Moses realized that there was more than enough offering to finish the temple, he instructed the Israelites to STOP bringing their offering.. Are we ever going to finish temple building, or is this a perpetual process in Nigeria?
“I hope this billion Naira offering was shared equally among all the believers as practiced by the disciples in Acts chapter 4? ~FRZ #FreeTheSheeple”
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Season 4: Pastor TB Joshua supported Daddy Freeze. T.B Joshua during a sermon said giving tithe to the poor was better than bringing it to the church as bringing tithe to the church is a burden and temptation for pastors because they might not be able to remit all. Freeze in his reply said “On this tithe issue, Pastor TB Joshua has spoken the biblical truth


Season 5: Pastor Adeboye’s son- Leke Adeboye, who is also the Senior Personal Assistant of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, thanked Daddy Freeze for his continuous criticism of his father’s preaching on tithe. According to him, the criticisms have led to the increase in RCCG. Daddy freeze however replied his post in a video, congratulating Pator Leke Adeboye on the expansion of their family business and believes he will surely inherit a blue chip company in future.

View the post below-
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Season 6: Pastor Nicholas Uagbor said he may not see next year. Daddy Freeze replied that if anything should happen to him, the pastor should be held accountable.

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Season 7: Daddy Freeze came up with “Tithe Against Poverty” challenge. He challenged Davido to use a tithe of his income to help those in need and Davido accepted to use 10 percent of his income to help someone in need.

Will be updating you all on new seasons… or did we miss out any season, feel free to drop in the comment box…


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