16th February, 2023
The Presiding Bishop, Living Faith Worldwide, David Oyedepo, says Nigerians have gone through horrendous affliction in the last eight years reign of President Muhammadu Buhari, saying only a devil will want a repeat of it.
Oyedepo, in one of his sermons said God’s wave of judgement and vengeance is coming upon this country, lamenting that there had been horrendous killings in the land.
“We have gone through horrendous affliction in the past eight years, it is coming to the tail end of it at its worst state. Truly they shall gather together but not by me, they shall fall for our sake. Watch out, God’s wave of judgement is visiting our country, God’s wave of vengeance is visiting the country.
“There are parents today who can’t tell where their children are, some of them have been slain. They only went to school and they did’t come back and nobody is doing anything about it. People are killed, there is no response, there is no compassion, you go to your farm, the farm in your home, your ancestral land and some strangers will come in to kill you there. Judgement begins tonight.
“How many wants a repeat of the last eight years? You must just be a devil to think so. You must be too wicked to think so. your money has been reduced to mere paper. You can’t go from one place to another without heavy prayer and anointing,” he said.
Oyedepo also said there are no evil tribes in Nigeria, but that there are evil men and they are in every tribe.
“There are no evil political parties but there are evil men and women and they are in every political parties. The rate may differ. There are no evil regions in Nigeria, there are evil men and they are in every region. There are no evil religions, there are evil men and they are in every religion.
“The rate may differ. We are not partisan, we are a nation loving people. You can’t kill love. Try your worst, you can’t kill love. By the passion of the Church of Christ in Nigeria, men and women who have never bowed their knees to Baal, Nigeria has prevailed. The days of travail are over in Nigeria,” he added.