Friday, 5 January 2018

Daddy Freeze At It Again With Pastor Ashimolowo






Radio personality Daddy Freeze is not relenting on his attack on pastors who he believes are milking the congregations following an indicting report by a UK newspaper which claims that Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo makes £6.3million yearly  through Christians donations.


Reacting to the publication by the UK tabloid, the controversial radio personality took to his Instagram account to troll Pastor Ashimolowo when he said “God has started to vindicate him on his stand about “yahoo pastors.”


“He was abusing YOYOS the other day, now there is an article about him and his excesses, abusing church funds, as investigated by a U.K. Magazine!


“Come and carry your tithe pastor o! Chai see as my God dey vindicate me steady! Exposing their confusion.

“Just Google ‘God Delusion mega rich pastors living in million pound homes’ be careful not to laugh yourself to death.

“MY TEACHING HAS BEEN POSTPONED TILL 3:30pm I’m too busy laughing to be able to teach…”

The story published by the UK Sun titled “GOD DELUSION: Mega-rich pastors living in million pound homes prey on believers with claims of curing deadly diseases” reveals that “Pastor Ashimolowo’s church, Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) launched in 1992 from a rented hall has £16.4m in assets, £500,000 in the bank and rakes in more than £8m in revenue a year.”
 

The report by UK Sun reads thus in part; “KICC – which mainly operates in Walthamstow and the recently-acquired ‘Prayer City’ building in Chatham, Kent – takes £6.3m a year from tithing, where the congregation gives up 10 per cent of its salary.


The report by UK Sun reads thus in part; “KICC – which mainly operates in Walthamstow and the recently-acquired ‘Prayer City’ building in Chatham, Kent – takes £6.3m a year from tithing, where the congregation gives up 10 per cent of its salary.


“The church also has an army of 1,000 volunteers who provide it with more than 300,000 hours of free labour, worth more than £2m-a-year.


“But while claiming to ‘pass on his riches’ Ashimolowo – described as the church’s ‘founder, visionary and senior pastor’ – lives rent free in a £1.1m nine-bedroom home in Romford, Essex, owned by the church.

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