Pastor Tackles Buhari, Osinbajo On State Of Nigeria
Pastor Adewale Giwa, a senior Pastor of the Awaiting The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Gospel Church, has given reasons why both President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo should immediately vacate their offices.
In his submission, the clergyman accused the Buhari-led administration of forcing itself on Nigerians, comparing him with the biblical Abimelech who forced himself on the people of Israel.
The pastor made his views known in a statement on Thursday where he also rejected the outcome of the February 23 elections in Nigeria.
“Abimelech ruthlessly murdered people believed not supporting his ambition to become the king in Shechem. Apart from this, he kills 69 of his brothers, declaring himself king and demanding tribute from the surrounding cities.
“The only one brother who survives, Jotham warns Abimelech that this atrocity won’t go unpunished. It takes a few years, but Jotham turns out to be right by his prediction.
“A wicked can be doing sort of things, but he or she shall not go unpunished. You don’t force yourself on the people because the repercussion is dangerous”, Giwa said.
The Pastor also had specific words for Osinbajo whom he says he expects to know better as a pastor.
“Professor Yemi Osinbajo, being a Pastor should know better and should be able to do the needful.
“What are the legacies they are leaving behind for our children who watched the show of shame and rascality displayed by political thugs during the elections?
“Are we moving forward or backward in Nigeria? If the previous government didn’t do well, must you do the same?
“Surely, God answers prayers, but He detests lying lips. By now, one expects Pastor Osinbajo to tell Nigerians he is resigning from this government.
“What will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul? What are they doing for the families who lost loved ones during the exercise?
“All they are preparing for is another election, power, position and money.”
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