Patrick Osagie Eholor, social crusader and the President of One Love Foundation, speaks on trending issues in Nigeria.
On Apostle Johnson Suleiman
He said curse not my anointed and do my prophets no harm. I am not here to malign any man of God. There are good men of God in this country. The unfortunate thing is that we have been deceived by so many of them who call themselves miracle pastors. You are aware that we have a man, Udumeje, they call him liquid metal, from the South East. You are aware that Apostle Suleiman did a viral video in his own church. There is one of his lieutenants who without a passport or visa left France to do the work of God in Germany. Apostle Suleiman told the man to kneel down in the toilet and pray. As the man was praying, he saw the revelation whereby he was swallowed by a shark and later vomitted. He said he doesn’t want that. That he prefers to disappear and reappear in Germany.
Why are we so gullible? How long will these merchants of miseries continue to fool us? Have we not been dealt with enough by our government? This modern enslavement is a new order. These pastors are fake. Apostle Suleiman owes Nigerians an apology because we are been looked upon by other people as been collectively stupid as a country. That a man can disappear without passport or visa. Why do we need diplomats if a miracle man like Apostle Suleiman can make people disappear and appear? The government should regulate churches and mosques. They should borrow a leaf from Rwanda so we can know the genuine men of God. So many of them give stickers to their church members while they are protected by the police and other security men. It is a fraud and should be condemned by Nigerians.
On recession in Nigeria
The politicians in Nigeria have done us a disservice. It is unfortunate that Nigeria finds herself in this situation. The way to resolve this is to strengthen our institutions. And if it is possible to have a retroactive law to try those contractors that put us in darkness; that make our roads death traps etc. To also try those military commanders who took money meant to acquire top grade military equipment; to try those civil servants who collaborate with politicians to steal our common patrimony. We should borrow a leaf from China. I support the death penalty. We have laws in this country but do not implement them. We reward thieves with chieftaincy titles. Anybody caught stealing our common patrimony should be sentenced to death by hanging or firing squad.
On CNN, Nigeria government and Lekki tollgate killings
Lai Mohammed is synonymous with lying. Lai Mohammed is exposing us to the foreign world. CNN have their facts about what happened in Lekki on 20th October, 2020. Don’t forget that there is satellite in our orbit. What Nigeria has and think we can destroy is minute in comparison to what the satellite must have captured.
Before a reputable organisation like the CNN can insist that they stand by their findings it means that they have all the evidence to back up their claims. What Charles Taylor (of Liberia) and Laurent Gbagbo(of Ivory Coast) did is inconsequential in comparison to what happened in Lekki on 20th October, 2020. Most of these guys are going to face the Hague for war comes. The world now is a global village and we have a global court.
They will try these people who think that the only way they can subdue us or quench the endSARS protests is to intimidate and shoot us when we were singing the national anthem and are covered by the Nigeria flag.