Popular OAP turned Pastor and leader of the Free the Sheeple Movement Daddy Freeze has taken his ministry to the next level by going international as he announced to his thousands of followers earlier.
Controversial Daddy Freeze recently organized an international outreach in London with the aim of “spreading the true gospel of Christ to all corners of the heart”
Unlike similar outreaches which require the presence of the minister-in-charge, Daddy Freeze was not present at the crusade in London, a fact he pointed out to his followers as worthy of emulation as his movement does not require a private jet to thieve.
He claimed his presence was not needed at the crusade with the adoption of online church and the presence of reliable people at the location.
He said, “I’m overseeing things in London from Nigeria without the need for a private jet….. all I need is a good team of brethren @jyggacollins Poshmama, Dzik, Owa Remmy and others. My colleagues Enoch and David una see how we dey do am for 2018?”
See his words below:
He did not fail to call out names of Pastor Adeboye and Bishop Oyedepo
London here we come!!!! Meet the #FreeNation in Christ army of love! – I’m overseeing things in London from Nigeria without the need for a private jet….. all I need is a good team of brethren @jyggacollins Poshmama, Dzik, Owa Remmy and others – My colleagues Enoch and David una see how we dey do am for 2018? – Is it not time to sell those gas guzzling, utterly wasteful and useless private jets that do nothing for the body of Christ except caress the overblown egos of some GOs whom the spirit of God has long left behind? – Even though this was unplanned, our gathering at Shepherds bush station in London was very significant, primarily because we are all shepherds in training, not sheep fattened for the slaughter, like the premium Pentecostal cattle most temples are breeding for the tables of their GOs. – #FreeNation in Christ #FNIC #FreeTheSheeple
One of the participants at the crusade said she first heard Daddy Freeze’s message online and loved what she heard, hence, her decision to be a part of the movement.