The national leader of the All Progressive Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been admonished to move closer to God to achieve his dream of ruling Nigeria.
Doing this according to Prophet Bisi Olujobi of Wisdom Church International Ketu, Lagos, is all the politician needed to become Nigeria’s next president.
Olujobi said though the former Governor of Lagos has been mocked by many, God would surprise his mockers if only he (Tinubu) will move close to his maker the more.
The Christian cleric insists that God has a plan for Tinubu and he is taking him somewhere.
“All those attacking the APC National Leader would be shaken away if he drew closer to God,” Olujobi said while addressing a press conference in his church.
Prophet Olujobi also urged the Presidential aspirant to return closely to God for the sake of long life and good health.
He said: “God revealed to me that Bola Tinubu needs to pray more. It’s not that God can’t be on his side, but he needs to come closer to him than before so that all those attacking him will be shaken away, and particularly to grant him long life and take away illness from him.
“Although he has the ambition to become President, God told me that the plan to become President is in his hands and not in that of anybody. God is the only one that chooses a king and puts them in the right position.
“God told me that Tinubu needs to move closer to him than before and take himself away from whatever the devil is using against his life. This revelation is not working against him but to make Tinubu know that God is still on his side.”
Olujobi stressed that there is nobody that repents that God will not look unto.
He said further that no evil will work against Tinubu because the plan of God can’t change and God knows where He is taking the politician to.
“God has a plan for him, and it’s not like he can’t become the President, but there is a clause, he should settle himself with God. He needs good health and long life. He has ambition and God has a plan for him; he can become President,” the prophet reiterated.This article was originally published on Nigeria News
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