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…announced N4N movement (Nigeria for Nigeria movement)
By Olamilekan Jaji
The Serving Overseer, The Citadel Global Community Church, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has condemned the promoters of recent debate of “our unity is non-negotiable”, saying it was in bad faith,done for their selfish interest.
Pastor Bakare made it known yesterday during his sermon titled ‘The Black Box of Nigeria’s Politics,’ also said there were forces influencing those in government to misbehave.
He said the time to rescue Nigeria from opportunists in government had come. He also called for change of guard in the country, saying those around the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) look tired.
Pastor Bakare explained that, “Change of guards simply means that we need fresh hands and insights into how to fix the problems of Nigeria. Everyone looks tired around the President and we need a change of guards to bring competent people to handle critical issues. I’m not advocating coup d’etat, God forbid; that will set us back by many years again. Military coup landed us in the trouble we are.
This may be the last state of the nation broadcast in this auditorium; I perceive strongly that from now on, especially from the day we’ll formally launch the N4N movement (Nigeria for Nigeria movement), our operation will move to the public square, conference centres, as well as banquet halls and hotels across the country and other nations of the earth. This we’ll do in as many places and doors as the good Lord will open to us in order to stir up the spirit of Nigerians home and abroad to take their nations back with a view to rebuilding its weak place.”
The one time Vice presidential aspirant added that he did not care about the region that will produce the next president of Nigeria, as long as the person will be qualified to lead the country.
He said, “If where a president comes from benefits a region, it should have been clear to us; for almost 40 years out of 62, the North have been in power, the people there are impoverished.”