President Buhari Is Not Nigeria’s Messiah | He’s Like John The Baptist

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The sole proprietor of the daily devotional booklet, Our Daily Manna, ODM, Bishop Chris Kwakpovwe has on Saturday, January 23, revealed that Nigeria’s messiah is yet to come, and it’s definitely not President Muhammadu Buhari.

The cleric averred that Buhari is the harbinger of the messiah, who will bring some changes if only he maintains his integrity and do the right things, adding that God’s promised messiah is yet to come.

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President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari

Speaking at an interview session ahead of his ministry’s annual world anointing service titled: “Jehovah Ebenezer – Lord wipe my tears”, scheduled for next Friday at the Tafawa Balewa Square TBS, Lagos, the Bishop declared that:

“President Buhari is not the messiah; he is only preparing the way for the messiah who will eventually emerge. Buhari is like the John the Baptist. As a politician, Buhari will bring about some changes if he maintain his integrity and genuinely probe those he ought to probe.”

“The messiah who will genuinely transform our country will emerge. Buhari is not the messiah but we should be hopeful that one day, we will sing a new song.”
Bishop Kwakpovwe, who is the General Overseer of Manna Prayer Mountain also described the agitation for the creation of a Biafra state, as ‘thick cloud without water’.
The cleric called on those protesting for pro-Biafra to end their agitations and embrace dialogue with the Federal Government.
He said: “There is nothing like Biafra. Biafra is like thick cloud without water or rain. There will be no civil war, our brothers in the South East will enjoy President Muhammadu Buhari. They should just allow peace to reign. Whatever challenges, disagreements that may have re-surfaced, are not beyond our collective ability to resolve.”


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