Controversial radio presenter Daddy Freeze has called on Pastor Paul Enenche of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja, to build factories and not the world’s largest church auditorium.
Replying Eneche, Freeze wrote on his Instagram page that “defending the largest temple in the world, located in the poverty capital of the world, without a single scripture, instead of insults, sentiments and emotions is both puerile and ridiculous.”
He argued that Nigeria needed factories, not temples, adding that God doesn’t live in temples and Christ never built a single temple.
The radio presenter considered Enenche’s attempt to defend building Glory Dome as sentimental and ridiculous.
See his Instagram post below:
“So by building this wasteful and irrelevant structure, you have achieved something abi? I believe it is me this one is trying to insult.
“Defending the largest temple in the world, located in the poverty capital of the world, without a single scripture, instead of with insults, sentiments and emotions is both puerile and ridiculous.
“Walmart pays 2 million salaries a month, while Volkswagen pays 550,000 salaries. Singapore that is only 3 years older than us has the world largest ship building factory located there, what to we have?
“We need a president like Paul Kagame of Rwanda who closed down about 6,000 churches in one year.
“We need factories not temples, God doesn’t live in temples, Christ never built a single temple, rather he demolished the temple and resurrected it as his body, which was given to each and every one of us FREELY!”