Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that nothing must happen to Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Sunday Igboho of the Yoruba Nation and all those agitating for the freedom of their people.
Giwa warned that God would disgrace President Buhari out of office if he fails to do what is favourable to the people.
While Nnamdi Kanu is currently cooling his feet at the custody of the Department of State Service, DSS, after he was lured to Kenya, arrested and brought back to Nigeria last weekend, Sunday Igboho’s house was attacked by DSS operatives on Thursday.
About seven of Igboho’s aides were killed at his residence, while his wife, other family members and aides were taken away.
And Giwa, in a statement to DAILY POST on Friday, pointed out that it would cost God nothing to set Nigerians free from the hands of Buhari who, according to him, has mortgaged the future of Nigeria.
“No matter how powerful they are, God shall disgrace them out of power like Balak, son of Zippor who was the king of Moab at that time,” he said.
“Balak had summoned Balaam, son of Beor to curse the Israelites because he was afraid they could take over his territory.
“Surprisingly, Balaam refused to make any pronouncement other than what God said. After God must have shown His power to Balaam, the Pegan Prophet, he instead blessed the people of Israel and Balak hurriedly left in shame.
“Anybody who is boasting that he or she has power to stop people’s decisions will be disgraced out of power as God lives.
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“As soon as you got to power, things turned upside down, you should be ashamed of yourself. Let me warn President Buhari again that nothing must happen to all the people agitating for the freedom of their people.
“When God is ready, He can use ordinary stone to destroy a nation and rebuild it. The governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde must swing into action and fish out those behind the invasion of Chief Sunday Igboho’s house within 24 hours.”