Popular social media influencer and radio broadcaster Daddy Freeze has reacted to the absenteeism of top Nigerian Pastors at the funeral ceremony of late T. B. Joshua, who was the senior pastor and the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).
Recall that the televangelist who passed away on 6th June was finally laid to rest on Friday 9th at his church in Ikotun Egbe, Lagos.
At the laying to rest of the late clergyman, many dignitaries, home and abroad were seen present at the funeral ceremony to pay their last respect to the one many referred to as a great philanthropist and kind-hearted man of God.
Daddy Freeze, who, like some other Nigerians on social media noticed the absence of some top pastors or founders, expressed his disappointment in the development, as he believes that the single display of such action at that moment showed there’s lack of true love among some Christians.
“I worry about the low turnout of Christians to T. B. Joshua’s funeral, especially the top GO’s of churches”, Daddy Freeze said.
Talking of how the relationship of Christians nowadays, should be among themselves, Daddy Freeze, who also said he was disappointed at how pastors could not even commensurate with the family of the late T. B Joshua said that as true Christians, every church should have at least sent a delegate to the funeral service, even if they wouldn’t be attending.