The Bishop of Zaria, Rt Rev Abiodun Ogunyemi has denounced the Archbishop of Kaduna and the general secretary of the Anglican Consultative Council for paying what he termed as a “humiliating visit” to Governor Nasir El-Rufai to apologize for criticizing him over a plan to demolish the St George’s Cathedral in the university town.

Ogunyemi said the apology was all an attempt to make the governor look good in preparation for a possible presidential ambition in 2023. But to Ogunyemi, the apology boiled to nought, according to a statement he published on the church’s website, zariadiocese.org.ng.

“The governor should know that he will never be president of Nigeria. I speak prophetically as a servant of the living God,” the Bishop of Zaria said.

“Let fake Christians and religious spies placed in our church by a particular religion be aware of the consequences of their actions because heaven is watching. May the Lord expose these spies in our midst on Jesus Name.

In fact their actions now show very clearly that they are working for interest against the church. The Lord in His mercies will raise help to deliver His church from fake Christians, fake converts and novices,” the bishop said.

The bishops that drew the ire of Ogunyomi are the Most Rev. Ali Buba Lamido, Archbishop of Kaduna Province and the Bishop of Wusasa, and the former Archbishop of Kaduna and current ACC leader, Dr. Josiah Idowu-Fearon and the general secretary of the Anglican Consultative Council. Ogunyemi said the Anglican leaders have placed loyalty to Muslim politicians over loyalty to the Church of Nigeria.

He singled out Lamido for special venom, accusing him of compromising Christian standards and the truth and he and Idowu-Fearon for ”their intrigues with the government of Mallam Nasir El-Rufai.

According to a report written by George Conger in Anglican.ink , the dispute arose over the attempted seizure by the Kaduna State government of St George’s Cathedral in Zaria.

4 thoughts on “El-rufai Will Never Be President Of Nigeria – Bishop Of Zaria”
  1. I run a vape store directory site and we have had a posting from a vape store in the United States that additionally markets CBD goods. A Month later on, PayPal has contacted use to claim that our account has been limited and have asked us to take away PayPal as a payment solution from our vape store web directory. We do not sell CBD goods such as CBD oil. We only offer marketing and advertising services to CBD firms. I have checked out Holland & Barrett– the UK’s Well known Wellness Store and if you take a good peek, you will see that they promote a rather comprehensive variety of CBD goods, specifically CBD oil and they also happen to accept PayPal as a payment solution. It appears that PayPal is employing contradictory standards to many different companies. As a result of this constraint, I can no longer accept PayPal on my CBD-related site. This has restrained my payment choices and right now, I am intensely contingent on Cryptocurrency payments and direct bank transfers. I have checked with a barrister from a Magic Circle law firm in London and they explained that what PayPal is doing is altogether against the law and inequitable as it ought to be applying an uniform criterion to all companies. I am yet to consult another attorney from a US law practice in London to see what PayPal’s legal position is in the USA. Meanwhile, I would be extremely appreciative if anybody here at targetdomain could provide me with different payment processors/merchants that deal with CBD firms.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *