Following a gathering of religious leaders in Abuja to pray for Bola Tinubu, the future president of Nigeria, on the occasion of his 71st birthday, Reverend Father Kelvin Ugwu, a Nigerian Catholic priest, commented on his verified Facebook page.
Recall that on Wednesday, according to a number of reports, religious leaders from around the country convened in Abuja for a special prayer meeting for the success of Bola Tinubu’s new administration. But the event took place on his 71st birthday…… CONTINUE READING
At than 70 prominent Muslim and Christian figures reportedly attended the event. Before the tragedy, Tinubu had asked for prayers for the country and for himself.
In response to this, Rev. Fr. Kelvin, who is still angry about the presidential election results, dragged Christian clergy.
In response to this, Rev. Fr. Kelvin, who is still angry about the outcome of the presidential election, dragged Christian clergy members in attendance.
He said this himself:
“They don’t want us to air our complaints. They want us to portray things as being in order. They are still asking us to pray for our new President. And have faith in our modern churches, na. They chose a Wednesday, of all days, to hold a prayer service for him at a very specific hour. Without the celebrant present, folks in South-South even cut a cake “.
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