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Daddy Freeze confronts Genevieve Nnaji for linking mental health with spirituality



On-Air personality, Daddy Freeze has tackled Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji for claiming that mental health is more of spirituality.

TopNaija recalls earlier that actress Genevieve opined that mental health is more spiritual than physical.

She stated that people should rededicate their lives to God and get ‘re-baptized’

Reacting to her post, media personality, Daddy Freeze disagreed with her opinion, noting that being a celebrity doesn’t make one an authority or knowledge on issues.

According to Freeze, God has provided psychiatric hospitals for humans in case they are battling mental issues

He added that her statement is the reason why many churches are filled with pastors who try to cure madness with speaking in tongues, using Olive Oilsand prayers instead of sending them to psychiatric hospital.

He wrote; “I humbly disagree and here are my reasons. After studying psychiatry and spirituality for decades you make this deduction? I say this all the time, because a celebrity has a huge following doesn’t necessarily make them an authority on issues. If she said it was both spiritual and physical I’d agree that that’s her opinion.

“However, to caterogically state that it’s more spiritual than physical is the reason why churches are filled with pastors trying to cure madness with speaking in tongues, olive oil and prayers, instead of sending people for proper psychiatric evaluation and treatment

God has already sorted out our mental health issues, that’s why we have hospitals!”.

See his post below…

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