Founder and senior pastor of Latter Rain Assembly, a Lagos-based Pentecostal church, Tunde Bakare has declared he would be Nigeria’s next president because he’s destined to succeed the current leader, Muhammadu Buhari.
Bakare was the running mate of President Buhari when they ran for presidency in the 2011 Nigerian presidential election.
During his church service on Sunday, September 22, 2019, Pastor Bakare plainly declared that he would succeed Buhari as 16th president of Nigeria, saying this is why he was born.
“Take it to the Mountain Top, If you have Never Heard it Before, am saying it to you this morning, In the scheme if things as far as politics of Nigeria is concern, President Muhammadu Buhari is Number 15 and yours Sincerely am Number 16.”
“I never said it to you before, I make it clear to you today, Nothing Can Change it.”
“To this Aim was I born, for this purpose I came into the world, that is why if Buhari wanted to Run in 2019, I did not oppose, He is still the Number 15 when He steps out, I will step in.”
“its assignment, its that of Moses to take Nigeria to River Jordan but they Can’t cross it, He will take Joshua to the Other side and begin to distribute his resources to the People of this Nation.”
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