- Bishop David Oyedepo of Winners Chapel has come against hoodlums and looters in a powerful prayer
- The man of God prophesied that peace will be restored in the nation despite the unrest in the last few days
- The Bishop's prayers were said on Sunday, October 25, during a church service at the ministry's headquarters
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Bishop David Oyedepo, the general overseer of Living Faith Church Worldwide aka Winners Chapel has reacted to the looting and destruction of properties that have been going on in the country.
PM News reports that the man of God made this known during his sermon on Sunday, October 25, while he was commenting on the latest issues in the nation.
The clergyman said peace will be restored back to every nook and cranny of Nigeria. A part of his prayer read:
“The sources of agitation will be wisely dealt with and favourably dealt with; the land shall rest again in the name of Jesus Christ.
“All the hoodlums who are taking advantage of this season, let hand be joined in hand, the wicked shall not go unpunished.”
Bishop Oyedepo added that the name of the Lord will be glorified in the land again after everything that had happened in the past week.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Dipo Awojide, also spoke about the cases of unrest, saying those who engage in such an act are thieves.
In a post on Friday, October 23, he said that taking away foodstuff is not a way of getting what is one's. He said doing so makes people as bad as the corrupt politicians they condemn.
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In other similar news, Shehu Sani, the former member of the upper chamber, hinted that some of the looted items could be bad for consumption as he said:
"It’s difficult to convince people to check the expiry date of those cartons of Indomie and Bags of Rice."
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