Popular Nigerian pastor Tunde Blare who for over years now has been one the neck of politicians, has revealed why he met with PMB in Aso rock.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday met behind closed doors with the Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, Punch Metro reports.
Bakare arrived at the President’s office inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja at about 2.30pm.
The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, was also sighted at the Presidential Villa on Friday.
Bakare left the premises alone at about 4pm. He told State House correspondents that he did not meet Buhari alongside Adeosun.
He explained that both of them only met at the Presidential Villa. He however did not disclose his mission to Aso Villa.
“Our meetings are not related. We met here,” Bakare simply said.
In a statement on Friday evening, Bakare also said that he and Adeosun did not meet with Buhari.
He said, “Honourable Minister Kemi Adeosun and I arrived at the Villa at different times. We met at the corridor. She went on to see someone else in the Villa and I went into a closed-door meeting with PMB (Buhari) alone to thank him for sending a powerful delegation to my mother’s home-going celebration (sic).
“This is the truth. The impression being created is as if she ran to me to speak to the President on her behalf. This impression is erroneous and false. I will appreciate that my side of the story is also published.”
Bakare was Buhari’s running mate when the President contested the 2011 presidential election on the platform of the Congress for Progressive Change.
He has however been criticising the present administration lately over its poor handling of the security challenges in some parts of the country.
Adeosun has been under the spotlight because of a report that her National Youth Service Corps’ exemption certificate was forged.
Many individuals and groups have been calling for her sacking and prosecution just as the NYSC said it was investigating the matter.
The Presidency has yet to speak on the matter since the report was published last week.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, had on Wednesday told State House correspondents that it was wrong to say the government had not spoken on the matter.
He said since the NYSC, which was part of government had spoken, then the government had spoken on the matter.
Salvation Ministries monthly Week of Spiritual Empowerment(WOSE) for the month of June is on going it is a program where God’s servant David Ibiyeomie feed the people with the raw word of God.
The ministry is organising an healing school as a quest to liberate men from all operation and snare of the devil.
June Week of Spiritual Empowerment starts tomorrow; Monday 4th to Friday 8th, June 2018.
6.00AM (GMT +1) for the morning session and 4.30PM (GMT +1) for the evening session.
Theme: Enjoying Supernatural Favour.
June Healing School also holds same week, from Wednesday 6th to Friday 8th. (9AM daily).
Endeavor to be a part and invite someone to join you. #DavidIbiyeomie
Join us for a phenomenal time in God’s presence and an outburst of miracles, beginning tomorrow, 6am & 4:30pm (GMT+1).
We’ll be LIVE online via: http://smhos.org/live-stream
This is one meeting you don’t want to miss. Tag a friend; call somebody! #SMHOSLiveService#JuneWOSE
The first day of the Salvation Ministries 3-day Healing School recorded outstanding testimonies by the hand of God through the ministration of God’s servant Pastor David Ibiyeomie.
All manner of healings took place as confirmation of the signs and wonders declared in God’s word in Matthew 8:17. Pastor David Ibiyeomie will be ministering tomorrow to those with terminal cases and many more will be healed to the glory of God. Come timely and invite someone to come with you.
God Bless you.
A Catholic priest has contracted the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo amid a continuing outbreak that began in the nation earlier this month.
The catholic priest who was infected with the deadly Ebola virus received prayers from a cleric over a quarantined area.
The priest, who has been identified as Fr. Lucien Ambunga, was reportedly infected in the town of Mbandaka.
The clergy was pictured receiving prayers from the Bishop and priests after being quarantined.
Extremely contagious and highly deadly, Ebola gained major international attention during the 2014-2016 epidemic in West Africa that left more than 11,000 people dead.
In the latest outbreak in DRC, the first case of Ebola was reported on May 8 in the rural Equateur province near Bikoro, and later spread to Mbandaka. The World Health Organization has said that the chances of Ebola spreading to other parts of the nation are “very high.”
A female UK-based Nigerian pastor Olubori Olabiwonninu, has achieved a brand new Range Rover SUV valued at €60,990 approximately N25,923,670.
The pastor took to her social media handle some hours ago to broadcast the good news that she just bought the car.
She wrote: “I give all glory and honour to the Almighty God for this great gift as no one can receive anything unless given from heaven. I appreciate my husband, the church of God and my spiritual children all over the world who rallied round us to turn our reproach to glory. May the Lord our bless and reward you all for your generosity and show of affection.”
The leadership of a church in warri, in the Niger Delta part of Nigeria has taken measures to its members exercise their franchise in the fort coming election.
The South-South Vice President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, and head of Flock of Christ Mission, Warri, Delta State, Bishop Simeon Okah, has announced that henceforth, any member of his church that has not obtained his Permanent Voters’ Card “would not be allowed to worship.”
He said gone were the days when Christians see politics as sin.
He said, “From Thursday, any member of my church who does not have his or her voter’s card would not enter this house (Church). By the grace of God, I am the one God used in founding the Flock of Christ Mission.”
He also faulted the treatment meted to Senator Dino Melaye (Kogi West), stressing that Nigeria needs people like the lawmaker.
He told newsmen on Saturday that, “I have concerns for Dino. His hands may not be as clean as a saint but a man like him has a role to play in building this country.
“We need men like Dino. Let everybody of goodwill fight to see that Dino is released; if he has criminal records, he should face it but he should not be kept in detention.
“He is intelligent. Let us see how we can save him from the hands of policemen. For a man like Dino, the police should show some level of leniency, because we need people like Dino in this country if we want this country to be great.”