"Stop acting like King pharaoh" - pastor tells Buhari
According to the Daily Post, the lead pastor of Awaiting the second coming of Nigeria has summoned president Muhammad Buhari to heed the wails of the people and allow them to leave in peace. He, therefore, advised the president to stop behaving like a pharaoh in the Bible that refused to listen to God and let his people go.
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