The Oasis Reporters
February 12, 2018
During his ‘One Night With The King’ night vigil weekend prayer session after fasting in his church headquarters at Canaan Land, Sango Otta in Ogun state, South West Nigeria, Bishop David Oyedepo had some strange guests.
Fulani herdsmen militia were watching him.
Bishop David Oyedepo was very angry and he railed, cursed and prayed against the herdsmen militia who were making mothers childless by the slaughter they were carrying out in the middle belt and in the south of Nigeria because they want to cleanse the people’s ancestral lands to freely graze cattle.
He turned to his congregation and reminded them :
” I warned you in 2015 about choosing Buhari “.
Indeed he warned but many of his south west people were dreaming afar of the Yemi Osibanjo who was made vice presidential candidate as a successor to Buhari, and neglected a looming threat of the present time.
Now the Fulani herdsmen militia are on the neck of those that even voted for Buhari, without restraint because they alone bear sophisticated arms and innocent farmers are sitting ducks. The security forces have no solution to the menace.
Enoch Adejare Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, and many other top christian leaders will meet on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, over the current state of affairs of Nigeria.
The meeting which will have over 30 Christian denominations in attendance, will hold at the Old Arena, Redemption Camp, KM 46, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State.
In a circular disseminated on Friday, February 9, 2018, will include a special intercession where Adeboye will lead other top clerics including David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Ministries, Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo of the Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC, in discussion and devotion.
The notice disclosed that the agenda is to pray about killings, cultism, corruption, ritualism, bloodshed, kidnapping and unemployment in the country.
It added that the intercession will last three hours – 10 am to 1 pm.
Responding to those who have accused him of being silent on the situation, Daddy GO as fondly called said: “I am a Christian and I belong to the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, which has a President. Whatever the President says is what I say.
“I am also a Pentecostal and I belong to the Pentecostal Association of Nigeria, PFN, whatever the President says is what I say. That is how to be under authority”