2023: Pastor David Ibiyeomie Reveals Politicians Coming To Sell Nigeria

The founder of Salvation Ministry, Pastor David Ibiyeomie, has said that the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State and other people who have pronounced their intention in running for presidency in 2023 are simply coming to sell the country.

Speaking during a church service in Port Harcourt, the famous cleric said none of the people who recently declared their intentions is able to rule the nation, focusing on that they are just targeting at enriching themselves.

Ibiyeomie, who expressed good faith that God would give the nation better leaders in the next political era, said Nigerians will use prayer to chase the bad ones out.

He said, “All these voters’ cards you’re carrying, election has finished for 2023, the 2023 election is just to fulfill all righteousness, the real election has finished. It is only prayer that can turn the whole thing around.

“Nigeria is a funny country, when I see the kinds of people showing interest in some political offices, I am like these people again in Nigeria? They want to finally sell Nigeria, if there is anything remaining, they want to count Nigeria and say we sell it for wholesale price.

“This country, we will pray them out. Now, God will bring somebody who will make Nigeria a better country, when I see the kinds of people showing interest in offices, I have not seen one credible person for now.

“Maybe later when we see more faces but the ones who have shown their faces now not one among them is credible, these ones will mortgage Nigeria, they will say come and buy Nigeria for the next 200 years and they will collect the money, our fourth generation will not see anything, it will be a case of from frying pan into fire.

“We are currently inside a frying pan and you’re craving to enter inside the fire, God forbid”.

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