The General Overseer of the Messenger of God Assembly, Adavi, Kogi State, Apostle Moses Abdullahi says God has a purpose for Nigeria in view of the forthcoming general election.
In a press statement released today, the cleric said “God has a purpose for Nigeria. And so, we all as a people chosen by the God of all creation must understand the timing for the unfolding of its purpose over our great country, Nigeria. It is on this note that, the lord took me in to the realm of the spirit, and showed me a revelation that has to do with our great nation. Specifically, it is about the forthcoming 2015 general election. In one of the revelations, the Lord made me to understand that Jonathan is part of his plan for 2015 and that his role in 2015 political landscape is to locate and bring to light the anointed one, set apart by God, for the time of his work in Nigeria”
According to Leadership, Apostle Abdullahi said that God gave him a serious warning against any attempt to hijack the electoral process through political deception, thuggery or making politics a do-or-die affair. He also said based on acclaimed divine revelation, no election can remove Jonathan until he has done what he described as item two (2), and presents the anointed one for election. He revealed that this is in line with God’s plan for peace to reign in Nigeria.
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He said, “The Lord said I took Jonathan to that office to prepare a ground for my anointed one so that my purpose for Nigeria will be fulfilled. The Lord said, ‘Be patient with Jonathan, for I have carried Nigeria on my shoulder.’ ”
The Kogi-based cleric also had words for Vice President Namadi Sambo saying he has a tinge of the prophetic revelation as a specific part of the message affects him. According to him, the prophetic revelation indicates severe consequences if people “refuse to follow the true plan of God concerning Nigeria in 2015”.
Apostle Abdullahi insisted that God has warned prominent leaders of Nigeria, including some past heads of states to ensure that they do not contravene the will of God concerning the outcome of 2015 election and general state of affairs in the country.
He advised Nigerians to come together in peace despite religious and tribal differences, noting that the will of God should be allowed to prevail in the country.
Apostle Abdullahi also advised Nigerian leaders to make collective efforts to ensure the enthronement of peace in the country. “The personalities should agree and come together to offer peace for Nigeria. What is bound in heaven is also bound on earth”, he concluded.
In a related development, a senior Nigerian cleric, Archbishop Samuel Uche has alleged that Fulani and Kanuri ethnic group were behind the Islamist group, Boko Haram.