daddy freeze takes side after young man ordered wole soyinka from his seat - Daddy Freeze Takes Side After Young Man Ordered Wole Soyinka From His Seat

Daddy Freeze Takes Side After Young Man Ordered Wole Soyinka From His Seat

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Controversial on-air personality and founder of the Free Nation group, Daddy Freeze has taken his stand on the report revealing the young man who insisted that Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka should get off his seat on the plane.

Daddy Freeze in his reaction said he would have done the same if he was the young man in question.

He complimented the young man for demanding his rights, stressing that it takes someone who can demand his right in a smaller setting, to demand his right from the government.

Naija News understands that Daddy Freeze in his reaction also commended Soyinka who he (Freeze) claimed never failed to challenge leaders in power and religion no matter their age.

”What drew me to Prof. Soyinka in the first place was the fact that he never failed to challenge our leaders in power and religion, no matter their age. The young man on the flight DEMANDED his right; if you can’t demand your right on a flight, how can you demand it from the government or church?,” he asked.

In his letter to Tonye Cole, an Oil Mogul who shared the story of the young man on Instagram on Sunday, June 23, Freeze asked if Nigeria is better than nations where children are encouraged to stand up for elders.

Freeze asked this in his letter to Cole when he (Cole) in his report on Instagram wondered whether young Nigerians no longer have respect for their elders.

The letter From Daddy Freeze reads as thus;

“Dear Tonye Cole,

I probably would have politely done the same thing the young man did. Growing up, I was taught never to challenge my elders. In retrospect, I find it difficult to point to what this has earned us as a people? Are we more morally upright, safer, richer and better than nations where children are encouraged to stand up to elders? NO! Nigeria, with all our respect, has become the poverty capital of the world boasting of more people in extreme poverty than China and India combined, YES, COMBINED! (According to worldpoverty.io)

Some of our elders have sold our birthright, lied to us about salvation and taken foolish decisions that have impoverished us. What drew me to Prof. Soyinka in the first place was the fact that he never failed to challenge our leaders in power and religion, no matter their age. The young man on the flight DEMANDED his right; if you can’t demand your right on a flight, how can you demand it from the government or church?

The government needs to provide amenities for the people, while the Church should be accountable to the last kobo, we MUST demand this! Christ was less than 33 years old when he challenged the Pharisees, the authorities in religion of that time, who were in their 70s and 80s. ~FRZ”

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