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NIGERIA CONCLAVE OF FAKE BISHOPS BY SNR. APOSTLE EGWU NWACHUKWU

Mar 18, 2024
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NIGERIA CONCLAVE OF FAKE BISHOPS BY SNR. APOSTLE EGWU NWACHUKWU

Emilokan secretly assembled some vicious charlatans, clad tippets, mimicking the Bishopric. These were his monumental clavis from Hades paraded to gag electorates, especially of the Christendom.

It had become clearly evident from inception that the government of President Tinubu is one that was arranged in the depth of darkness by principalities and powers in high places. Prior to the hijacked election of Feb. 25, 2023, especially during the electioneering period, Tinubu’s health status was seemingly critical. It was a matter of spiritual contrivance as a prelude to the unwholesome takeover of the reign of government. The fake Bishops paraded on campaign ground is good pointer to the spiritual involvement of a powerful occultic group to which Tinubu and his fraudulent and counterfeit Bishops belong.

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It doesn’t matter what sentiments some Yoruba tribalists in pretentious national garb so disappointingly led by Pro. Wole Soyinka bring to the table, the fact on ground speaks volume of the worst product of presidency ever presented in the democratic lifespan of Nigeria so far.

Those who have thread the malevolent path of governance even within the military, and who should know better have begun to warn that the lack of capacity, focus, competence and intelligence to carry the cross of Nigeria may lead to a military botch. Such a takeover at this material time will almost be a welcome development and most acceptable alternative judging by the profligacy and unbridled corruption pervading the corridors of power across the tiers. The government of Bola Ahmed Tinubu Jagaban of the underworld has neither soul nor heart. It is a showcase of emptiness that holds no succour for the citizenry.

It is sure as it were, that wherever Yakubu Mammud be, he will be laden with glee for all the suffering his greed and manipulative dexterity has led the poor and down trodden of the nation.  Not even the “Agbado” “Iresi”, “Ewa” diatribe or the youths that operate machine guns that could drive tractors have manifested, going to one full year of taken over the reign of governance, in the hide out call Aso Rock.

It is perhaps easy to deduce now that the exoteric expostulation of Bala Blu! Is translating in the physical to mean a whole package of suffering for the people with inflation rate at 29.9 % in the middle of February 2024, up from 12.5% in May 2023, Nigerians are definitely in for what primate Ayodele prophesied that the nation’s suffering will go from hard –harder harder-harder – hardest, the quality of which suffering has never been see in the nation before.

Where do we go from here. There is no hope in the horizon as the super powers and democratic giants, have for ulterior motives, turned deaf ears and blind eyes to political outcome of an election they supported a baron to win even if in clandestine manner. No wonder Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso and lately Guinea have chosen the path of return to military Era. This appears to be the most expedient, albeit auspicious choice under the circumstance across Africa. African politicians have proven Donald Trump to be very accurate in his observations that: Africans have no brain to think for themselves, have no capacity to rule over themselves, and given to graft and avarice when exposed to opportunities. He may have been verbose in how he stated his points, but they were truth fully made even if with Negligible exceptions among professionals. African leaders remain mere puppets and stooges to foreign powers and this remains the unfortunate crux of the matter.

The Holy Book has surmised that “When the righteous increase (is on the throne), the people rejoice, but when the wicked rule, the people groan” (Prov. 29:2). Needless to begin to expatiate on this because he who feels, it knows it, and like our people say you need not tell a blind man that war had started. The cause of the groaning, gnashing of teeth, sorrow, hunger and tears in the land is because collectively, the political elite class have never had the interest of the common man at heart. However, soon the bubble will burst and when the poor and under dogs have nothing else to eat, they will make recourse to the rotund belly of the cursed rich and affluent elite. These group of elites who prophet Isiah say “Woe to those who decree iniquitous decrees and the writers, who keep writing oppression” (Isiah 10:1) they think in their heart of hearts, that they are riding the crest on willowy. But the truth remains that when you push a goat to the wall or the limit where it has no other escape route or alternative, it will definitely turn back and bite its pursuers. The rulers even at the local, traditional institutional levels  have become like a roaring lion or a charging bear, wicked (ruler) over a poor people (Prov. 28:15) But let us be wary even in the vain glory that surround us because, whoever oppresses a poor man insults his maker. But he who is generous to the needy honours him”. (Prov.14:31).

This is a nation where democratic governance has been reconfigured as a monarchical arrangement whereby children inherit political positions from their fathers. Examples abound in many states of the federation. But let it be said that “your princes are rebels and companions of thieves. Everyone loves a bribe and runs after gifts. They do not bring Justice to the fatherless, and the widow’s cause does not come to them “(Isiah 1:23) it leaves nothing to expect, when the country has become a dumping ground for all fickle minded sorts at the top echelon because of graft. There is no doubt that God is angry with our nation Nigeria at this moment, which has been enveloped by evil in all spheres: occultism, cultism, kidnapping, Yahoo plus etc all involving the shedding of blood of men and women including innocent children. The book of Genesis has it that: “Whoever sheds the blood of man by man shall his blood be shed, for God made man in his own in age” (Gen. 9:6).

As a trial note, I want to encourage my fellow Nigerians with the good news that God has sent his faithful servant for our own good… but if you do wrong, be afraid for he does not bear the sword in vain. For he is the servant of God, an avenger who carries out God’s wrath on the wrong doer. (Rom. 13:4). Therefore, brethren I enjoin you to persevere for the Lord is not asleep. His hands are not short that he cannot reach out to you, neither, his ears deaf that he cannot hear all your lamentations. It is certain that “For those who love God, all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose” (Rom. 8:28).

Let’s end this epistle by asserting that “by Justice a king builds up the land, but he who exacts gifts, tears it down” (Prov. 29:4) Now in which crucible do you place the current occupant of Aso Rock. The ball is all in our courts. Thank God we truly did not vote for him and he knows so. Until he returns the stolen mandate to its rightful owner the usurper shall remain a proud cockerel perching on a long rope.