Salvation Ministries, Cult or Church? Uduak Isong wades in Daddy Freeze and David Ibiyeomie’s saga
Uduak Isong, a seasoned Nigerian movie producer has waded into the trending case of Daddy Freeze and Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation Ministries.
The movie maker who has joined her colleagues to express their displeasure over the turn of events stated that her disappointment is on the congregations who were seated, cheering up and clapping for David Ibiyeomie as he continued his rants on the pulpit.
The mother of two shared the image above wondering if Salvation Ministries is Cult or Church.
Uduak Isong captioned the photo: ” I’ve limited my SM use because I am trying to shoot 10 films in one month, Tyler Perry got nothing on me mehn 😆 but all these my young friends won’t let me be. If @charis_akpabio isn’t telling me about who was evicted, @valerieokeke is telling me about cultists masquerading as pastors. Is this why you people clamoured for churches to be reopened so you can clap for your pastors while they speak evil? Shame on all the people who listened to that man and clapped. Shame on all ye wolves in sheep’s clothing. Shame on all of you making a mockery of Christianity. Your day of reckoning is nigh.”
It would be recalled that in a now viral video from Ibiyeomie’s Sunday service, the televangelist had threatened to “arrest and kill” the on-air personality over his critical stance of David Oyedepo, the presiding bishop of Living Faith Church
Daddy Freeze, a radio personality, also reacted to the threats saying he should be held responsible should any harm befalls him.
The cleric had also described Freeze, whose real name is Ifedayo Olarinde, as a “bastard Somalia-born half-caste”.
“Somebody that is a broadcaster, does he have a good job? I will never be alive to see someone insult my father. You’re not born! I’ll kill, arrest him,” he had threatened.