Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has cautioned Nigerians against joining Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Citadel Global Community Church (CGCC), Nigerians for Nigeria movement (#N4N movement) flagged off earlier this week.
According to Daily Post reports, it is Primate Ayodele’s opinion that, Bakare’s movement is not from God. He said major disaster awaits Nigerians if they join the movement and stressed that the #N4N movement will further put Nigerians in bondage. Ayodele therefore, advised Nigerians against supporting and participating in the movement.
Pastor Tunde Bakare, who since exonerating himself from the failures of President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration, believes it’s time for Nigerians to demand a better Nigeria.
“I am going to champion it, (talking about the #N4N movement). It is going to go like wild fire across this nation. #N4N will be bigger than Save Nigeria Group (SNG). You have never seen anything like it before. It will be a movement propelled by God.”
Although, it is still very unclear how the #N4N movement intends to get Nigerians engaged, it is the belief of the Pastor cum Prophet that the movement will deliver Nigerians from the hands of oppressors if embraced.
In Bakare’s words, “#N4N is to deliver us (Nigerians) from the hands of oppressors …This is a fight to finish … Nigeria will change… Nigeria will prosper… Nigeria will become great… #N4N movement will support the growth of Nigeria…
However, Primate Ayodele emphasizing his opinion said, the Tunde Bakare led movement is created to further champion his political ambition.
According to Ayodele “Tunde Bakare’s Nigerians for Nigeria is not divine. It is another means to put us in bondage again… He continued, I am not talking like a politician but as God’s mouthpiece. Tunde Bakare’s Nigerians for Nigeria is another agenda for his political ambition and not God’s agenda.”
Primate Elijah Ayodele also said that, God is angry with the present government but he believes a messiah will still come to the rescue of Nigerians.