Benue killings : Oyedepo places curse on Fulani herdsmen

By Ted Peters on 14/01/2018

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Bishop David Oyedepo
Bishop David Oyedepo

Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church Worldwide, has placed a curse on Fulani herdsmen allegedly killing Nigerians in the country.

Oyedepo, while condemning the killings by Fulani herdsmen stated that Nigeria is in a ‘state of slumber.

Addressing members of his church during the ‘One night with the King’ telecast across the nation, on Saturday in Otta, Ogun State, Oyedepo declared that the ”perpetrators of the killings and their unborn children will not see peace.”

According to the cleric, although the country is not at war, there are some disgruntled elements bent on destabilising Nigeria.

His words, “Where are the security agents? You mean they can’t get the herdsmen arrested?”

”Those Fulani herdsmen and their unborn children will not see peace.’

“I saw this coming, documented it because God confided in me. I saw it in May 23, 1982.

”Nigeria is in a state of slumber and the politicians won’t say anything. They (politicians) are always looking for the next election whether people are dying or not.”

 

Posted 14/01/2018 06:58:17 AM

 

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