Archbishop Samson Benjamin who is the General Overseer of Resurrection Praise Ministry in Lagos has carried out a mass protest against President Mohammed Buhari's government. In the Protest, the general overseer carried a wooden coffin as he moves around the street of Festac.
According to the wordings of the bishop, he revealed that God orders him to carry out such activity because he is not happy with what the present Nigerian government is turning into. He also said that it WS due to his faithfulness to the things of God and his spirituality for more than a year. He also revealed that he has been on serious prayer and fasting since last September. His purpose for such activities was for God to intervene in the problem of Nigeria.
He added that his present action was ordered by God and it will still be the same order the God will give to the prophet of Old as a sign. The sign represents when God wants to pass a message to the leader of the country. He said that God told him to inform the leaders of this country that they have selfishly wiped out the common resources that are meant for everyone in the country.
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