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Nigerian Cleric Warns of Divine Wrath on Corrupt Leaders

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Nigeria’s political elite are facing a stern warning from a prominent cleric who claims that God is planning to unleash his wrath on them for their bad policies and corruption.

Dr. Bakare Michael, the General Overseer of Thunder Rock Liberation Assembly, a church based in Abeokuta, Ogun State, said that God revealed to him that the country will face a series of calamities in 2024, unless the leaders repent and seek divine mercy.

He made the call during a Thanksgiving and Prophetic Declaration Service held in his church on Sunday, where he shared his visions of God’s plans for Nigeria in 2024.

The year of God’s vengeance

According to Bakare, 2024 will be “the year of God’s vengeance” on the leaderships in Nigeria who have brought untold hardship to the masses through their bad policies, corruption, and bloodshed.

He said that God told him that he will de-rank and take away all those leaders who ascended positions of authority through bloodletting, and that he will also strike the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, with a severe attack to show his displeasure with the government.

“God said we should organize an atmosphere of praises for him in fasting and prayers to avert his looming anger,” Bakare said. “He also told me that he will deliver the church and all the saints irrespective of their religions. Only the just will be exempted from the calamities that will begin in April this year.”

Bakare said that he was not saying these things to make a name for himself, but to obey the one who sent him. He said that he had received similar revelations in the past, such as the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, and the sickness and death of former President Shehu Musa Yar’Adua in 2010.

A call for repentance

Bakare urged President Bola Tinubu, who assumed office in 2023 after a controversial election, to heed the warning and declare a national day of fasting, prayers and praises to avert the looming disaster.

He also appealed to the leaders of both Christianity and Islam to join hands in raising an altar of praises to God, and to preach peace and unity among their followers.

He said that God is ready to forgive and heal the nation, if the people turn away from their wicked ways and seek his face.

He warned that if the political leadership in Nigeria refuses to do these things, there will be a havoc that will shock the entire world.

“God is ready to fight for his people, but he is also a consuming fire. He will not spare the wicked and the oppressors. He will judge them with fire and fury. The time is short, and the signs are clear. Let us repent and return to God, before it is too late,” he said.

A message of hope

Despite the grim outlook, Bakare said that there is still hope for Nigeria, if the people embrace God and his principles.

He said that God has a good plan for the country, and that he will raise up righteous and godly leaders who will transform the nation and make it a model for Africa and the world.

He said that God will also bless the country with abundant resources, prosperity, and security, and that he will make Nigeria a shining light and a blessing to the nations.

He encouraged the congregation and the viewers online to trust in God and his promises, and to pray fervently for the nation and its leaders.

He concluded the service with a prayer of thanksgiving and blessing for Nigeria and its people.

Source: Vanguard 

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