Controversial O.A.P Daddy Freeze has hit us again with one of his many controversial forewarnings.
Sharing a collaged photo of Bill Gates, Aliko Dangote and popular Nigerian clerics, Bishop David Oyedepo and Pastor Enoch Adeboye he adviced his followers not to listen to clerics if they want to be billionaires.
According to Daddy Freeze these clerics can’t lead you to heaven because they don’t know the way there.
The leader of Free The Sheeple movement also told that Bill Gates and Dangote have 2000 heads and no one should be deceived by clerics who say they can be like these men because they have one head .
Having said that, he noted that he can never be like Dangote because he does not have his unique entrepreneurial gift.
Read what Daddy Freeze posted on Instagram below:-
A CONCOCTION OF CONTRADICTIONS
If you want to end up like Dangote or Bill Gates, stop listening to the men pictured above.
The sad thing about this, is that they can’t even lead you to heaven because they don’t know the way there…
If the scriptures are anything to go by, teachers of religious law are hell bound, TITHING IS THE LAW!
Another fallacy is the prosperity teaching that says: “You can be like Dangote, Dangote doesn’t have two heads”.
Let me break your hearts today, in the area of entrepreneurship;
DANGOTE AND BILL GATES HAVE 2,000 HEADS! They have a rare and unique talent that isn’t available to just any and everyone. Remember in all of Egypt ONLY Joseph could interpret pharaohs dream.
Anyone who tells you that you can do business like Dangote is a LIAR, it’s like telling you that you can sing like Michael Jackson, understand Physics like Einstein or play football like Messi or Ronaldo.
I CAN NEVER BE LIKE DNGOTE, because I don’t have his unique entrepreneurial gift.
My unique gift is deep understanding of, and the ability to teach the SCRIPTURES, which I have shown with much dexterity, what is your gift? You want to play football like Messi? Welldonsir, find your gift today and harness it.
◄ Matthew 23 ►
 “What sorrow awaits you teachers of religious law and you Pharisees. Hypocrites! For you shut the door of the Kingdom of Heaven in people’s faces. You won’t go in yourselves, and you don’t let others enter either.
 “What sorrow awaits you teachers of religious law and you Pharisees. Hypocrites! For you cross land and sea to make one convert, and then you turn that person into twice the child of hellf you yourselves are!
What do you have to say about this?
Buhari Praises Abacha Amidst Evil Deeds Performed By Gen Sani Abacha
Between 1999 and 2014, Nigeria was getting 2.1 million barrels per day at average cost of $100 per barrel. It went up to $143. So Nigeria was earning 2.1m million times 100 times 16 years.
When we came, it collapsed to $37-38 and it was oscillating between 40 and 54 sometimes. I went to the Governor of Central Bank; thank goodness I did not sack him; he is still there!
I went with my cap in my hand but there were no savings, only debt. And you know more than I do, the condition of the roads and some of them were not repaired since PTF days.
No matter what opinion you have about Abacha, I agreed to work with him and the PTF road we did from here to Port Harcourt, to Onitsha, to Benin and so on… On top of other things in the institution, education, medical care and so on.
And now we have to pay the debts and this year and last year’s budgets were the highest in capital projects: more than N1.3trillion. Let anybody come and confront me publicly in the National Assembly.
What have they been doing? Some of them have been there for 10 years. What have they been doing? So, really, this country, luckily for me, I said it about 8 years ago that we have no other country than Nigeria, we should remain here and salvage it together.”
“What Have You Benefited From Me?”- Buhari Asks His Supporters
President Muhammadu Buhari who is set to contest in the 2019 upcoming general elections, has appreciated his supporters.
President Muhammadu Buhari was full of gratitude to his supporters under the aegis of Buhari Support Organisation (BSO), who visited him at the presidential villa on Tuesday.
According to SaharaReporters, while speaking with the team, led by Hameed Ali, Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Buhari wondered “what the hell” was their benefit, since they weren’t receiving payment for their service.
“Nobody is paying you for what you have been doing. It is because, from the bottom of your hearts, you exposed yourselves by identifying with me through opposition to success and after the success I don’t know how many of you people will say what the hell you got out of it,” he said.
“You can only get satisfaction through voluntary and understandable way of believing in issues you do. You are only expecting your return from God and you are looking for the future of the country, your children and your grandchildren.
“Sometime I wonder… those who can afford to educate their children overseas – America, Europe, Asia and so on, and they continue… I wonder want kind of Nigerians they want their children to come and work with.
“I think there is a lot of lack of imagination because if you’re fighting for the country then you shouldn’t be misappropriating or misapplying the fund the way people do.”
Buhari To Lead 1 Million Nigerians For ‘Democracy Walk’
The National Democracy Stakeholders Group (NSDG), a pro-democracy and non-profit organisation, says President Muhammadu Buhari will lead the 2018 edition of “Democracy Solidarity Walk”.
Kletsaint Akor, NSDG’s convener, told reporters on Sunday that Buhari would lead the walk scheduled for May 29 at the Eagle Square, Abuja.
He said the walk, organised by NSDG in collaboration with state and non-state partners, would also be led by governors in the 36 state capitals across Nigeria.
According to Akor, the walk, which is the fourth edition with the theme “Walk for credible, free and fair 2019 election”, is expected to attract over 1 million people nationwide.
He said the aim of the exercise was to moblise Nigerians to take ownership of the 2019 electoral process through participation, enlightenment and protection of Nigeria’s nascent democracy.