Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has called out the head of Salvation Ministries, Pastor Ibiyeomie following his recent verbal attack on OAP and leader of the Free the Sheeple movement, Daddy Freeze.
Ibiyeomie recently dragged Daddy Freeze Daddy Freeze for allegedly insulting RCCG leader, Bishop David Oyedepo, whom he described as his father. Ibiyeomie while preaching in his church in Port Harcourt on Sunday September 6, called Freeze a B*stard’ and also cursed the day he was born.
In an open letter to Ibiyeomie which he posted online, Reno faulted the clergyman for his outburst. He said that although it is wrong for Freeze to “insult” Oyedepo, it is even more wrong for the man of God the OAP. He pointed out that the clergyman has also insulted Freeze’s mother by calling him a b*stard.
Dear Pastor David Ibiyeomie,
Christ was insulted, but He did not insult back. “When they hurled their insults at him, he did not retaliate”-1 Peter 2:23.
@DaddyFreeze was wrong to say what he did on Oyedepo. But my Christian brother, you are even more in the wrong to have insulted him. He is no bastard. I know both his mother and father. His father is a Muslim Yoruba businessman that has contributed much to Nigerian society and his mother is the first female vice chancellor of a Nigerian private university, and a Professor of law. By calling him a bastard, you not only insulted him. You insulted his mother. Christ would never have done that! Daddy Freeze is cantankerous. He is sometimes (but not always) a credit to Christianity, but he spoils that by engaging in needless controversy for the sake of notoriety and social media following. Face him and challenge him on that, whether publicity or privately. But it is not right to insult him seeing as Scripture says “a servant of the Lord must not quarrel”-2 Timothy 2:24.
And a child who does not know his father is not a bastard. There are illegitimate parents. But there are no illegitimate children. God helped me build an orphanage. I did not steal to build it. I did not build it with donation from church members. I built it with my own money. How do you think my children will feel to hear what you said knowing they were abandoned at birth? I am in tears as I write this.