- Bishop Sunday Garuba of the National Inter-Faith and Religious Organizations for Peace (NIFROP) has prophesied on behalf of President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigeria
- The Bishop said that all evil plans against the president and the country will fail
- According to the Bishop, God has already intervened in the affairs of the nation through prayers by clerics
The national coordinator of the National Inter-Faith and Religious Organizations for Peace (NIFROP), Bishop Sunday Garuba, has said that the conspiracies against President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigeria will continue to fail.
Garuba on the second day of the 21 days special prayer warfare session organised by clerics under the aegis of NIFROP said plans against Buhari and Nigeria will end in futility.
The Bishop alleged that demonic forces had ganged up against the country to accomplish their evil desires against Nigeria.
He said the nation would have been history by now with the destruction and loss of lives from the violent mass action if not for God's intervention.
He added that the forces of evil succeeded in hijacking a genuine aspiration by Nigerian youths to see to an end to police brutality.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Sheikh Adamu of NIFROP had announced the plan by the organisation to begin 21-days warfare and intercessory session against agents of destabilisation in Nigeria.
Sheikh Adamu said the #EndSARS protest was hijacked by some demonic spirit that possessed some of the protesters.
He said that following the mass action which had a spiritual undertone, there is a need to cleanse the country of all spirits of attack.
The cleric also our that the hope and aspiration of every citizen of Nigeria are for growth built on God's promises.
Also, the Senate president of Nigeria, Ahmed Lawan warned that a second of the #EndSARS protest organised by Nigerian youths is underway.
Lawan said the youths would embark on another protest should the federal government fail to address the demand of the protesters and provide employment for the teeming legion of unemployed Nigerians.
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