God wants Jack-Rich to be Nigeria’s next president – Prophet Akinbo
Reverend Shalom Kelvin Akinbo, the Head Pastor of Doers Nation International Church, in Akure, the Ondo State capital, has called on eligible voters, especially Nigerian youths, to throw their weight behind Tein Jack-Rich, saying that is the man, as revealed to him by God, that should succeed Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s next president.
The cleric, who made this declaration during the prophetic gathering on the ‘mountain’ in Akure, said: “God told David you have been a man of war from your youth and because there’s so much blood in your hands your son Solomon will build me a house, and Solomon was chosen.
“Most of our leaders have done so much evil and lots of sacrifice just to be the one to occupy the number one seat,” he said. “The Lord said to me, expressly, last month.
“I want you to know that God has rejected most of our leaders in this country because of too many bloodshed in their days.
“God is raising new leaders to lead Nigeria forward and unless this is properly checked Nigeria is on the verge of disintegrating.
“According to what I saw in the vision, the battle for the number one seat in this country can only be resolved by just one person who’s not even a politician. He is going to be like the bridge between the older generation and the new generation; an impeccable leader with vision for all Nigerians.
“This time the presidency must come to the Nigerian youths for there’s a new airline now called Jack Rich. I want all Nigerian youths to get on the flight. Jack Rich will unite this nation; he will reframe the minds of the Nigerian youths to aspire to be great. He is the answer to the cry of the people since 1960 when Nigeria attained independence.
“Jack Rich is the new phase of Nigeria,” he declared.
An oil magnate, Jack-Rich, recently declared his presidential ambition on the platform of Nigeria’s ruling party, the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Speaking at a press conference on May 13, in Abuja, Jack-Rich, the founder of Belemaoil Producing Limited, said if elected president, his government would not take any foreign loans throughout his tenure.
He also pledged to create 26,000 jobs in each of Nigeria’s 774 local governments on his first day in office.
“I will not take a single loan throughout my presidency. We will produce what we will consume. God has given us all we need to consume,” said the businessman, who also suggested some of the things he would do differently from President Buhari if elected.
“I will fly to Zamfara, Kano, Kaduna and every part of the country if we have issues. I will fly there. I will not send anybody if they have issues, I will fly there.”
Buhari has been criticised by many Nigerians for seldom showing empathy for victims of violence and insecurity in the country. Apart from not visiting many of the areas and victims of the violence, the president hardly speaks directly about the killings but prefers to do so through statements by his spokespersons.
“The best way to stop all these crimes is the oil and gas and I am in that industry and we can do it. Everything that I worked for will go to humanity,” Jack-Rich said at the time.
He said the reason Nigeria has been struggling with inflation is because the country is not consuming what it is producing.
“That’s why you need a game-changer. Believe in my visionary leadership whose heart is for the people. I will make Buhari proud; I will make Nigerians proud because I am for humanity.
“Yahoo boys have a gift to be developed but they engage in such ills because they have been abandoned. I am telling you because my heart is for you, I will do what is right.
“I will create smart jobs and will develop the oil and gas industry and optimize the oil and gas in the country. My presidency will strengthen our value system. I will create 26,000 jobs in each LGA on my first day in office and the opportunity, if it materialises, will see about 20,124,000 created on my first day in office,” he said.