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Questions for Daddy Freeze – on RCCG and Pastor Adeboye -By Nneka Okumazie

  If RCCG and Pastor Adeboye are responsible for the poverty across Nigeria, who allowed this happen? State governments, local governments, or the federal government; universities, investors, or the private sector? If RCCG and Pastor Adeboye are brainwashing people in their Church, what has this made people become? People who do not go to work, […]

  For anyone who has thoroughly read/studied Church history and the 30 years wars (1618-1648) that ended with the signing of the Westphalian Treaty of 1648, he/she will agree with me that mixing religion and politics is something that should be avoided because of its polarizing effect. In Nigeria’s post-colonial history, we have seen much […]

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  What exactly are the failures of the Church that led to the massive social media attacks at anything they say or do? What is the play of criticism, at something that is not public, or generally not affecting you? Humans learn from time to do away with things that don’t work for them, or […]

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    The central message of the fame-seeking hatred campaign against Churches, of daddy freeze, is to tell Christians that the GOD they serve cannot do anything. The repetition of his confusion and the delusions in his noise points to one thing: daddy freeze is an atheist. No matter the pretense, it is so obvious […]

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  The failures of governments across Nigeria robbed people of the ability to think beyond the government for important solutions in the country. The government is often condemned and criticized but many still expect solutions from them. Government has several resources and responsibilities, but their failures – term after term – is an indicator that […]

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  Nigeria is a multi-ethnic society with unmatched cultural diversity in the African continent. Having suffered ethnic, communal and religious violence predating colonization, the country is yet to find tranquility in the face of what has surfaced as farmer-herder clashes in its rural and agro-driven communities. For a country to thrive both economically and politically […]

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A lot has been said in recent times about African churches and tithes. I am not here to re-litigate whether it is right for you to pay tithe or not. So I am not going to bore you with more Bible verses and chest-thumping, prosperity-preaching, lines. Paying tithe is like having sex. If you are […]

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  Nigeria is a deeply fetish nation, forget the monopoly of the other two major faiths, the serpentine lengths of cars parked along these big worship centres or the drove of garb wearing Muslim faithfuls commuting for Sunday morning ‘Àsàlátù.’ A cursory look at any T-junction at least in the south west is a brazen […]

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  “I personally dedicate myself to work untiringly for the progress and happiness of the new Nigeria. I swear in the name of Allah, that if I die today, I would leave nothing but legacy of struggle for the liberation, welfare and dignity of the masses of this country”, Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardauna. This is […]

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  It is interesting that most of what people know are repackaged as enlightenment and put out there in opposition to the Christian Faith. There is a general attack on prayers, or what people should pray about or how they should pray. Anyone is entitled to believe whatever they want, or pray however they choose, […]

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