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Daddy Freeze and Yul Edochie tackles Pastor Paul Adefarasin over his plan B statement

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Pastor Paul Adefarasin made a controversial statement on Sunday, May 9 which was met with mixed reactions.

The clergyman had urged his members to look an escape route out of Nigeria as he believes the woes, mishaps, insecurity and adversities in the country might escalate to a civil war.

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The pastor went on to reveal that his wife is overseas looking for another option out if Nigeria should more predicament befall the country. This statement didnot sit down well with many Nigerians, as many took to their social media pages to criticise the cleric.

 

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Pastor Adefarasin urges his congregation to get an alternative to flee the country

Among them was OAP Daddy Freeze and Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie.

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Yul Edochie declared his love for his country as he showed many his patriotic side. The actor affirmed his love for his country as he stated that he would never leave his father land because Gid has sent him there to liberate them.

The politician questioned the thought of people leaving the country because of fear of death, forgetting that they would die one day.

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He said:

Jakpa is not the answer. Yes, no one wants to lose his life but truth is, well all die someday, all of us. So what’s the point of running? I’m a man sent by God to liberate his people. I will not run from my fatherland.we must get it right. My plan B is ‘NO LEAVE NO TRANSFER’”.

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Cool Fm OAP, Daddy Freeze, also chipped in as he urged believers to save up their tithes and offerings to use in financing their Plan B.

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The controversial OAP who likes to tackle  religious leaders questioned if it was wise for the church to keep funding their Pastor’s plan B while theirs lies unhatched.

He said:

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Pastor say make you get ‘Plan B’. So better start saving up your tithes, seeds & offerings to send your own plan B. Is it wise to continue funding there plan B while yours lies fallow?

 

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