God has continued to place words of prophecy in the mouths of His servants as Christians get ready to commemorate the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ this year. The Saints will benefit from these prophecies and revelations.
In this context, Bishop David Oyedepo, Spiritual Head of the Living Faith Church, delivered a revelation he claimed to have gotten from the Lord concerning outcomes being reversed during Easter celebration while giving a sermon during “LFC Midweek Communion Service” at Faith Tabernacle, Ota. This was accessible through a live webcast aired on the YouTube account of his church……. Continue Your Reading
Bishop David Oyedepo: “We have being celebrating Easter as Christians over the year, but this one will be different. Why? I saw results being overturned from low output to high output, from poor results to quality results.
Your labour shall be increased mightily. Many who are yet to taste His mighty Power of Resurrection will know that truly, we serve a prayer answering God and not a prayer storing God. With faith, make your requests known to Him and see if He will not respond mightily”.
The Former President of the Nigeria Bar Association, SAN Dr. Olisa Agbakoba has alleged that the fate of the President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu should be decided before his inauguration on the 29th of May. The Senior Advocate speaking in an interview with Arise Tv news argued that it makes no sense for Peter Obi to wait for 180 days after he had filed a petition that Tinubu should be inaugurated.
He pointed out that given the circumstances around the political space at the moment, the tribunal has to rise to the occasion by indicating who truly won the election according to the law. The Legal Eagle stated that Nigerians would be deceived to think that it is after 180 days before the tribunal can seat over an election petition. According to him, nobody waits for the end of the timeline. He clarified that once a candidate files a petition, he/she has to be ready for pre-entry strikes. In his words, these are things which could be done within seven days.
He said, ”I’m concerned that the politics is overheated and the way to go is to see if we can get the petitions resolved before May 29th. What is the difficulty about resolving these cases before hand over? There is a certain unfairness for petitioners to challenge a President-elect in Nigeria. Let the Judiciary give it a go and see whether we will not accomplish what I have described in my letter. Nothing in the constitution says you must take the 180 days before tribunal. You can even go on the first day.
Peter Obi filed a petition that Bola Ahmed Tinubu should not be inaugurated, why should he wait for 180 days? We are making a mistake here, nobody waits for the end of the timeline. Once you file your petition, you should be ready to make pre-entry strikes. If I file a petition on Monday, on Tuesday, I will file all my papers and request the court to determine certain jurisdictional questions. The fact that I have 180 days doesn’t mean I should wait till the 179 days. Everybody agrees that the politics are overheated, so we need speed.”