Daddy Freeze has asked Christians to find a "Plan B" which is an escape route out of Nigeria by saving their tithes instead of funding pastors.
Reacting to the advice issued by the head pastor of House on the Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, told his church members to find a "Plan B" as an alternative plan to leave the country due to the insecurities brewing in the state.
Freeze has, however, sided with the pastor's opinion but is of the opinion that the tithes, offerings, and seeds should be used to fund leaving Nigeria.
Here's what he wrote;
"Pastor say make you get 'Plan B'. So better start saving up your tithes, seeds & offering to fund your own plan B. Is it wise to continue funding their plan B while yours lies fallow?
The scriptures clearly instructs shepherds to lay down their lives for their sheep like Christ did, so I'm not understanding this everyone is on his own Christian ideology.
When it's time to fund their projects, they come to you and you respond generously with your tithes, seeds, gifts, offering and pledges.
But in the time of war, they remind you that you are on your own and advise you to sort yourself out with a plan B. I struggle to find the cohesiveness in this mindset and I'm benumbed that their supporters are cheering them on, wanting an encore.
Wake up, my advice is that you set aside something for your plan B, start with your tithes, seeds and offering, as it is clear that unlike Christ, who included all of mankind in his plan, you aren't included in theirs".