Popular media personality, Daddy Freeze has advised women in abusive relationship to seek help from professionals, not from pastors.
He stated this following the death of Bimbo Ogbonna, the wife of popular auto dealer, Ikechukwu Ogbonna who had died after issues of domestic violence.
According to Daddy Freeze, people should endeavor to seek professional help and not from pastors unless the pastor is a trained counselor or therapist.
He cited the death of popular gospel singer, Osinachi while noting that prayer didn’t save her.
His post received a negative reception from netizens who pointed out that he should have left out Osinachi’s name.*
tproyalty_organicTruth.Some Pastors will encourage you to stay, to save the church face. They don’t really care.If you decide to go ahead, they will ostracize you.Nonzenze and ingredients🙄😏😏
woman.like.nedI left with two sons and an internal head injury which is still disturbing me since 2018. I’m still alive and grateful with no regret. Don’t stay because of the kids, you might not be as lucky as I am. Udo
inspired_nuelI understand your point but dont use Osinachi as a reference point all the time. Did you know if she consulted a therapist? Do you think therapy always work? Yes it is good and right to seek professional help but that have that mindset that all the people who died from a domestic violence did not seek for professional help that is not entirely correct. It is a valid point that people must speak out and seek for help but we must be careful not to tilt towards blaming the victim and then trying to use it as next subject
programmer_gwinOsinachi’s pastor is a Doctor, that doesn’t help with her medical condition.….I think the best is just to consult a pure professional who is not a pastor, or at least not one’s church pastor.
paul_gcoStop justifying other people’s broken marriages with the late Osinachi’ s death …… Preach love stop criticizing pastors you’re not holy📌 even therapist go through alot, it’s just by the grace of God some marriages work out🥂