Awaiting the Second Coming of Jesus Christ Gospel Church senior pastor, Adewale Giwa, on Sunday wondered if there was still a sitting president in Nigeria.
He said the country had become a global laughing stock and “needs total deliverance from the hands of the few people who are hell-bent on destroying it.”
The cleric was reacting to the Department of State Service (DSS) denying the Friday invasion of the Federal High Court, Abuja, to re-arrest the convener of the #RevolutionNow protest, Omoyele Sowore.
Addressing members of the church in Akure, Ondo State, Giwa wondered how a sitting president could be watching a “show of shame” displayed by the DSS.
He said: “Nigeria needs total deliverance from the hands of the few people who are hell-bent on destroying the country. Nigeria has now become a global laughing stock. Do we still have a sitting president in Nigeria?
“Does he read Newspapers? Does he know what is happening in the country? If the head is sick, the whole body is sick also. Lies have an expiry date, but the truth will last longer. Without anyone stressing himself to explain to the world, we can identify the official of the DSS from a civilian. Why are these people turning black to white? How long would they continue to deceive us Oh Lord?
“These lies will expire one day; Children of God, I must urge you to continue praying for Nigeria. These political leaders no longer know what they do. They don’t know how to govern people anymore. All they now rely upon is the power they can use to mistreat the people.
“We don’t know whether we are under the military or civilian rule anymore. They are scaring us, they don’t want us to talk again. Please, Oh God, manifest your power and destroy this Chushan-Rishathaim king in Nigeria.”
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