PLATEAU KILLINGS: BISHOP UDEH REVEALS WHAT GOD TOLD HIM ABOUT NIGERIA

PLATEAU KILLINGS: BISHOP UDEH REVEALS WHAT GOD TOLD HIM ABOUT NIGERIA

The General Overseer of Mount Zion Faith Liberation Ministries, Bishop Abraham Chris Udeh has revealed what will happen to Nigeria if Muhammadu Buhari continues as President.

There have been incessant killings and destruction of property by suspected Fulani herdsmen.

The most recent was last week’s murder of over 150 people in Plateau State by armed men and Bishop Udeh said he saw, in the spiritual realm, a nation in mass killings.

He called for the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari, adding that he had failed to provide security for Nigerians.

Addressing reporters in Nnewi, Anambra State yesterday, Udeh urged lawmakers to act “before the entire nation is engulfed in bloodbath.”

He added: “There is absolute insecurity in the country. And one begins to wonder why and how cattle rearers would be armed to the teeth with sophisticated weapons, killing, maiming innocent souls and burning houses and other property.

“How do they acquire those weapons? So, the President must go; otherwise, from what I have seen in the spiritual realm, the entire nation would soon be plunged into a killing that cannot be controlled. He has failed Nigerians”.

John Owen Nwachukwu / DailyPost

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