“Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Claims Nigeria’s Next President’s Name Is In The Bible”
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy Church has provided his perspective on the major candidates with just one week left before Nigeria’s eagerly awaited presidential election. He stated in a recent sermon that an “Angel of God” had informed him that the name of the nation’s next president is found in the Bible.
Oyakhilome discriminated between the three main contenders and made outlandish assertions about their character when speaking at the Loveworld Praise-action. The preacher said that the first candidate was possessed by a devil who made fun of and ridiculed Nigerians. He called the candidate a swindler and a charlatan.
According to the second contender, Oyakhilome, the nation would be divided apart if he were to win the election. The candidate was referred to by the preacher as a thief, and it was said that he would ruin the nation.
The preacher claimed that the third candidate feared winning but did not want to lose. Oyakhilome prayed to God for wings to fly and asserted that the candidate’s name appeared in the Bible.
Listen carefully as Pastor Chris Oyakhilome describes the Presidential Candidates. The candidate that will win:
“His name is in the Bible.” 🔥🔥🔥💯💯
God is totally with us on this journey. Peter Obi is going to Aso Rock💯📌 pic.twitter.com/Gv1A7rZAOb
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Bola Tinubu of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, and Peter Obi of the Labour Party are the front-runners in the presidential race. Many Nigerians are keenly watching the campaigns and anxiously anticipating the results as the election is only a few days away.
Some voters may be swayed by Oyakhilome’s revelations, while others may view them as an attempt to influence the results of the election. The pastor’s comments still emphasize the crucial nature of the presidential race and the close scrutiny each contender is under. The choice of the future president of Nigeria will ultimately be made by the electorate.