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Primate Ayodele takes on Pastor Tunde Bakare, urges him to stop mismanaging God’s grace

The comment of Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Citadel Global Community Church with regard to his presidential ambition has drawn the ire of the spiritual head of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele.

After meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, Pastor Bakare spoke with State House correspondents and described himself as a ‘nation builder’.

He also said he would run for the presidency in 2023 if God and Nigerians ask him to.

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However, Primate Ayodele urged the cleric to focus on his missionary work instead of mismanaging God’s grace upon his life, noting that Pastor Bakare cannot even win an election in his church not to talk of winning an election in Nigeria.

The primate, in a statement by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho, told Bakare to spend his money on the less privileged in his church instead of wasting it on a project that has no reward from God.

“Tunde Bakare is mismanaging the grace of God upon his life and ministry. The dream of becoming Nigeria’s president is not realistic for him; he can’t even win an election in his church not to talk of Nigeria.

“If he has money, he should use it to help the less privileged in his church instead of going about to waste his time for nothing.

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“Tunde Bakare should relax, forget the dream of becoming Nigeria’s president and face his missionary work that God sent him to do. He should preach the gospel, win more souls for Christ,” Ayodele said.

Pastor Bakare had launched the ‘Nigeria For Nigeria’ movement, in July, saying it would rescue Nigeria from the hands of those in power.

Primate Ayodele also described the movement as ‘another agenda’ for Tunde Bakare’s political ambition and means to put Nigerians in bondage.