Founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo has insulted those he called “Fulani vagabonds”, who allegedly made life impossible for locals.
During his church’s first service on Sunday at the Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland Ota, in Ogun state, Oyedepo described President Muhammadu Buhari’s government as a “mistake” Nigerians made in 2015.
In the 2023 elections, the cleric stated that Nigerians would not make the same mistake as they did in 2015.
He claimed Nigerians refused to listen to him when he warned against voting in the current government.
“The mistake this nation made in 2015 will never be repeated forever. The choice of the wicked to sit on the throne of Nigeria will never be repeated. This nation will experience a new order of settlement,” said the pastor.
“For the blood of many that they have spilled, their generations will pay for it. Every time the Holy Spirit moves me in this direction something happens and I know that, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ whom I serve, judgment begins now.
“The Fulani vagabonds make life impossible for the local people and the government claims it doesn’t know. Many destinies have been disrupted by the unrest in the country.
“The mistake this country made in 2015 will never be repeated. The God of vengeance rises today to defend this nation.
“You can see how many destinies have been disrupted by the turmoil of this nation: Fulani vagabonds making the lives of the locals impossible. We heard it exposed, but I knew before.
“You are sons and daughters of the prophet, go invoke the same fire that you hear invoked on this altar, heaven will answer. And the Church went dumb; they cut the neck of a church leader in times like this.
“If nothing happens, God didn’t send me, but judgment will ravage the land from now on. Many will sleep and never wake up. Many will be struck with blindness within 24 hours. Many will be lame in 3 days. My God turns the table against the wicked.
“Your settlement, which has to do with an established country, will also be closed today. For the blood of many that they have spilled, their generations will pay for it.
“Every time the Holy Spirit moves me in this direction, something happens and I know I know, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ whom I serve and whose I am, judgment begins now.”