Are Pastors Supposed to Save or Enslave? – OAP Freeze Reacts to Kemi Olunloyo’s Re-arrest

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Popular controversial OAP, Daddy Freeze has taken to his Instagram page to deliver a write-up about the continuous detention of Controversial Blogger & Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo.

After Kemi was returned to jail, Freeze has initially written,

‘As KEMI Olunloyo regains her freedom, but is returned to jail on the order of a high court, the death of pentecostal Christianity in Nigeria seems looming. RIP to prosperity, tithe and offering preaching, Nigeria, its time to return to #JESUS!
#FreeTheSheeple.’

In his second writeup, the equally controversial OAP wrote,

‘Are pastors supposed to save or enslave?

Now this woman is getting more famous by the day, what you thought would break her, would only serve to bake her and then make her. ~FRZ

Here are the words of Apostle Paul taken from 1st Corinthians chapter 4, reading from verse 11; my comments are those in brackets!. CONTINUE…

1st Cor 4:11; Even now we go hungry and thirsty, and we don’t have enough clothes to keep warm. We are often beaten and have no home. (Pastors in Nigeria are the opposite of this, they are never beaten, never hungry and have HUGE HOMES)

12: We work wearily with our own hands to earn our living. (They don’t work o! They just feed of your tithes mostly) We bless those who curse us.😳😳😳(Deris God o! Bless who? They imprison those who dare curse them) We are patient with those who abuse us. (🙄)

13: We appeal gently when evil things are said about us.(🙄🙄the appeal against KEMI was everything but gentle🙄)

Yet we are treated like the world’s garbage, like everybody’s trash—right up to the present moment. (This would soon happen trust me! Many pastors in Nigeria have become ‘pisstakes’ and the world would continue to piss on them, till the truth about Jesus is told and the #FreeTheSheeple movement is here to liberate imprisoned minds, as the birth of true Christianity is only moments away!) ~FRZ

Here are the last 7 statements Jesus Christ made as he lay dying on the cross. Which of the statements included “arrest them” or “sue them”?

1. Luke 23:34: Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do.

2. Luke 23:43: Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise.

3. John 19:26–27: Woman, behold your son. Son, behold your mother.

4. Matthew 27:46 & Mark 15:34 My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?

5. John 19:28: I thirst.

6. John 19:30: It is finished. (From the Greek “Tetelestai” which is also translated “It is accomplished”, or “It is complete”.)

7. Luke 23:46: Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.

While Jesus died for our sins, many Nigerian pastors are dying for your money!’

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1 COMMENT

  1. Stop running your lousy mouth, in case you were the demon of blackmail that spoke through her. Where were you when she was giving ill reports on the pastor? Some of you won’t stop at nothing until you bring down men of God but you time is up

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