Nigeria as a country is blessed with strong men of God that many people look up to for advice and motivation. Bringing us to the fact that Sunday Igboho made a video and in that video he was calling for separation of Nigeria and that the United Nations should come and intervene else it will lead to war or problems
That they are no longer interested in Nigeria and want to go their own way. See screenshot based on the translations FFK (Femi Fani-Kayode) made on his verified Twitter account.
Bishop David Oyedepo is someone that most people respect and it would have been proper for him to call Sunday Igboho to order and advice him on the step he is taking. Because war will end up creating issues for the country and will not yield any solution. Rather he is challenging the law Buhari signed.
According to Sahara Reporters hours ago Oyedepo warned the government that the CAMA Is a sinister, demonic attempt to stifle the Church. He went on to challenge Buhari by saying; the law will never work! Now, please note that church runs on patterns delivered by God. The church is one of the greatest assets of this nation today. Please, be warned! I have that prophetic obligation wherever the gang-up may come from, be warned. Be warned. See source from Sahara.
The CAMA law signed by Buhari, allows the regulation of religious bodies by the registrar-general of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and a minister, and also gives the commission power to suspend the trustees of an association or a religious body and appoint an interim manager to coordinate its affairs.
This is not time to challenge the law the president signed rather he should call Sunday Igboho to order as a man of God and also as a Yoruba man. Because Sunday Igboho might end up creating issues in this country if actions is not taken and it will affect everyone.
So Bishop Oyedepo should call Sunday to order rather than challenging Buhari. What do you think?
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