Even Cleric Makinde Deems APC Incapable Of Ruling Nigeria


Yet again more distinguished Nigerians keep raining criticisms on the All Progressive Congress (APC) administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari and this time, a cleric said they’re unfit to rule Nigeria.

Speaking to Journalists on Monday during the inaugural meeting of retired Christian leaders of major denominations in Nigeria facilitated by El-Rehoboth Global Leadership Foundation, in Abuja, former Prelate of Methodist Church of Nigeria, Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde, maintained that APC is a big part of the corruption in Nigeria.

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According to him “they are not fit to be leaders and must handle the issue of padding very carefully.”

The cleric said if stringent measures were not taken, the country may explode because of the current biting economic hardship.

His words:

“We are sitting on a keg of gun powder. The day it will explode, it will consume us. So many graduates are not employed. Unemployed people are the people behind the militancy in the Niger Delta region.”

He also sent warning to Christians in the national assembly about questionable passing of certain bills.

Even Cleric Makinde Deem APC Incapable Of Ruling Nigeria
Prelate of Methodist Church of Nigeria, Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde

Still speaking, Makinde also added:

“I want to warn Christians in the National Assembly. They should be careful, they should not take the issue of Sharia law and the grazing bill in the National Assembly lightly.

“Nobody can acquire my land. Northerners cannot acquire my land to graze their cattle. Let them go and graze in their own part of the country.”

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Prelate Emeritus, as he is popularly called, advised the Federal Government and the ruling APC party to be fair in their fight against corruption.

Recall that ex president Olusegun Obansanjo, just like the cleric, had lamented about the issue of unemployment among Nigerian youths regarded as a ‘Gunpowder’ situation. He also explained that youths needs to be employed for them to feed and contribute to the society.

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