Paul Enenche of Dunamis International Christian Center has called OAP Daddy Freeze a mad dog and a bastard for insulting Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church.
The Nation recalls that Daddy Freeze drew controversy when he criticized Oyedepo over a sermon advising women to be submissive in marriage.
He was immediately attacked by Pastor David Ibiyeomie who called him a bastard and threatened to have him arrested.
In reaction to the controversy, Paul Enenche said, “At this moment, it is imperative for us to address certain issues for the sake of upcoming generations. Otherwise, when evil is allowed to persist, it would be viewed as good.
“The culture of respect is a well-rooted scriptural bible culture.
“In Act 23:5, when Paul the Apostle spoke in a careless way, regarding the high Priest Ananias and his attention was drawn, he immediately withdrew his word and apologised.
“The culture of respect is also a deeply-rooted African culture. So strong that in parts of this country, in the west, children prostrate to greet fathers and elders.
“Yesterday, a man drew my attention from America, regarding a video that was mimicking God’s servant, Bishop David Oyedepo, posted by the MAD DOG called Freeze. MAD DOG emphasized. Someone said, Pastor, why are you calling someone a mad dog, Jesus did that first; he called Herod a wild dog – a fox.
“I said MAD DOG because that is spot diagnoses. Spot diagnoses is a situation whereby you know a sickness by just looking at the patient without even asking any questions. What he is exhibiting a is mad behavior.
“That is schizophrenia, schizophreniform behavior. That is mania. That is bipolar disorder. That is attention seeking psychopathic disorder. A man looking for attention by all means, trying to pull down people who have built values over the years…”
〰 The Nation.
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