Former Governor of Rivers State and the current Transport Minister,
Mr. Rotimi Amaechi must tender unreserved apology to some key ministers of God in the country before Muhammadu Buhari’s administration can fully achieve its aims, Bishop Seun Adeoye has stated.
The Presiding Bishop of Sufficient Grace and Truth Ministry (SGTM),
Rehoboth Arena, Okinni in a statement issued in Osogbo, Osun State on
Tuesday, explained that the All Progressives Congress (APC) led government has the potentials to actually turn Nigeria around but has been inhibited by the Almighty God.
He said, “Virtually all those who led Buhari’s campaign including the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo were guilty of using all sorts of blackmail and falsehood to get this government into office but Amaechi was the major culprit.
“It was Amaechi as the Director General of Bahari’s Campaign Organisation who told the world that ex-President Goodluck Jonathan bribed Christian leaders with a whopping N6billion. He refused to mention who collected the money and who they shared the same to.
“Following this unguided statement by Amaechi, many innocent pastors
were ridiculed and abused by Nigerians. It came to a point that parishioners even did not trust their priests again.
“I am one of those who prayed for Buhari to get well quickly. The Lord
has assured that he will heal the president and that he won’t die in
office but this government can’t get anything right until Amaechi and
others apologise to those they deliberately maligned during the
“It is clear that rather than this government breaking new ground; it
is still struggling over the economy, security and power generation.
The president has been on sick bed for months. Blood of hundreds of
innocent Nigerians have been shed unnecessarily since this government
came on board in May 2015.
“Truth must be told; Amaechi offended men of God. He laid accusation
on all pastors without justification. He must tender unreserved public
apology and I am sure pastors around the country will rally round and
pray from the deep of their hearts for peace in our land and total
restoration and recovery of the economy.
“You cannot mock God and go away with it. Men of God are His
representatives on earth. If you mock pastors, you mock God. If you
lie against them, you lie against God.
“I am confident that with sincere apology from Amaechi in particular
those who sit and fold their arms watching the nation’s events as they
unfold will rise up and help in prayers and we will see God healing
this land”, the cleric added.
Bishop Adeoye explained that Amaechi and others must humble themselves
and ask for forgiveness from the people they offended during the
struggle to install Buhari as Nigeria’s president.