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Daddy Freeze Lists Bible Verses, Claims Christians Are Allowed To Divorce

Daddy Freeze Lists Bible Verses, Claims Christians Are Allowed To Divorce
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OAP Ifedayo Olaride popularly known as Daddy Freeze has claimed some bible verses which he says allow Christians to divorce.

The media personality stated via his Instagram page that the bible allows for divorce especially when immorality is involved.

He went on to quote Matthew 19:9 and Deuteronomy 24:1-3 as bible verses where divorce was an option if the marriage was not going well.

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Daddy Freeze stated that one should be careful of the kind of advice given to married couples as it could endanger their lives in the long run.

This statement is in response to Kingsly Okonkwo’s claim that there is no scripture in the bible where believers are ordered to marry whom they love instead they are told to love whom they marry.


Meanwhile, a young teenage girl and South African school pupil, Lathitha Nako, 16 has committed suicide after she was bullied and accused by her peers of being a witch for having a spiritual gift.

According to the report, Lathitha before the sad incident was said to have contemplated suicide after she complained about the intense bullying she endured on social media platforms.

Lathitha who couldn’t take the bullying anymore eventually swallowed pesticide and died in hospital on Wednesday, November 17 in the Eastern Cape.

“I want to be done; I feel so empty, I want to die and rest in peace so that I can be free”, the Bhisho High School Grade 10 pupil said in a voice note sent to her friend before she committed the act.

Her devastated family has staged a protest demanding that bullying at schools must be addressed to prevent similar tragedies.

Nathitha wanted to become a doctor. Her family had high hopes, but it was thwarted by this tragedy. Read more

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