Nigerian cleric, Prophet Ade Ologbonyo has made a stunning claim about Nigerian presidential candidates.
The planter of Christ Apostolic Church, Boanerges Worldwide, Prophet Ade Ologbonyo asked Nigerians not to trust anyone but God who can use anyone to transform the country.
He also suggested decentralization of power and constitutional amendments as antidotes to the myriad of challenges confronting the country.
The cleric spoke at a service marking the end of the 10th edition of the mission’s annual 63-day fasting and prayer programme held in Ise Ekiti, Ekiti State.
“The spiritual truth is that among all the presidential candidates, God has not chosen anyone but somebody must emerge and we need to pray that God will give us somebody who will stop all these, killings, kidnapping, banditry, terrorism in our land
“No good road, no light, our economy is not working the price of food, goods and services have gone skyrocketing. We should pray for God’s intervention. I have not seen anybody with the right ideology to bring near perfection to the country.
“Let’s pray for God’s will, he can use anybody even the feeble, we should not put our trust in a man who can fail and disappoint. We should keep praying for peace and the will of God to prevail over Nigeria in the election”.
Ologbonyo, however, said Nigeria can still stand against all odds if power is decentralized and the constitution rejigged.
“Let Nigerians themselves work out the constitution that can work for them. Those agitating are doing so because the system is not working for them.
“When power is decentralized, Nigeria will be one of the best countries. The Americans, British and others, know this, because, this is a very large market and the most populous black nation on earth with over 200 million people. There is a proposal that Nigeria will be among the top seven countries in the world. But people want to sell their power generator and so they will not allow our electricity to work, so our problems is not just internal there are external forces working against our progress”.
He advised President Muhammadu Buhari to direct all state governors to use their security rightly by investing in technology to fight insecurity and instruct the National Assembly to work on the recommendations of the last national conference in the country for adoption.
The man of God expressed disappointment at the alleged poor handling of security in Ekiti State.
“Now I am speaking for myself and not CAC. We have a highly intelligent person as governor but I am disappointed because, in a small state like Ekiti, kidnapping is still rampant even in his home town.
“Along Isan-Ilejemeje road, people are being kidnapped and killed. I believe so much in the governor and I know he has the capacity to turn things around”.