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Nigeria will exist for another 100 years, cleric tells secession agitators


A PENTECOSTAL cleric, Bishop Seun Adeoye, has stated that the current agitations for self-rule by some ethnic groups and individuals won’t succeed now, as Nigeria will still be in existence for another 100 years.

The General Overseer of Sufficient Grace and Truth Ministry (SGTM), Rehoboth Arena, Okinni, Osun State, said this, yesterday, at the end of the church’s four days celebration of the Passover festival held between Friday, April 2 and Monday, April 5, 2021 with the theme, “When I see the blood”.

Bishop Adeoye, who is also the Lead Bishop, Worldwide Anglican Church (WAC), Nigeria and the spokesman of World Bishops’ Council (WBC), Africa, said his assertion was based on the message delivered to him by God during the programme.


The bishop said that he would not have wanted the country to keep on existing as a human being but he couldn’t question God when he received the revelation.

“I heard God’s voice very clearly. He said although Nigeria is sick but the country won’t die now. God told me Nigeria would still be in existence till the next 100 years.

“I have no issue with the agitators of self-rule. I only deliver God’s verdict on the future of Nigeria. They are free to believe me or disbelieve me. That won’t change what God intends for Nigeria” On the current trends in Nigeria, the cleric said: “We will overcome as a nation, if we allow love and justice to reign.

“Above all, we need a very strong and purposeful leadership that will turn our desert to watered ground. And God has prepared the Moses that will take Nigerians out of slavery and sufferings in a very short time and maybe 2023.”

“God said to me, ‘Let the wise man come from the East. The man who can see the star, recognise it and find the place where the glory of the land resides,’” the cleric added.


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