Bishop Seun Adeoye, the Founding father of Enough Grace and Reality Ministry and the Spokesman of World Bishops Council (WBC), Africa in Osogbo, Tuesday, described the suspension of Twitter in Nigeria as a part of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s regime Jihad agenda.
In line with him, the motion of the federal authorities towards Twitter was focused in direction of the Islamist and Fulanisation programme of the Muhammadu Buhari administration.
The cleric made these clains views in an announcement issued on Tuesday.
Whereas lambasting the federal authorities for going forward with the suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria, the Bishop of the World Anglican Church in Nigeria, acknowledged that the president and his cohorts solely hid behind tweets by some parts to hammer over 40 million residents utilizing the platform as technique of communication.
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Highlighting the sequence of occasions because the ban, the Bishop famous that it was the Legal professional Basic of the Federation who issued the specter of prosecution towards anybody who dared the Twitter ban.
He maintained that some days after, Igangan, a Yoruba settlement was attacked and there was protest in Kano supporting the president’s banning of Twitter.
He defined that because the pronouncement of the ban by the Minister of Data, Lai Muhammed, no outstanding Northern character has spoken out towards the Twitter ban.
In his phrases “ We have to learn the road appropriately. Because the pronouncement of the ban by the Minister of Data and Tradition, Lai Mohammed, did you hear any outstanding determine from the North talking towards the Twitter ban?”
“Did we learn something from the prolific author and Professor who was the top a bunch known as MURIC saying something? No. The explanation was as a result of Buhari was solely finishing up a part of their demonic agenda.”
The one time Osun State Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Journalists maintained that the gospel of Jesus is about communication and never about carrying swords or participating in struggle and Twitter is among the efficient technique of doing so.
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“Simply as tens of millions of members of RCCG, Deeper Life, Winners Chapel and a number of different ministries had been denied entry to their members, I used to be additionally unable to speak with a number of of different Bishops the world over as we deliberate in direction of the Centenary Celebration of WAC this 12 months”, he lamented.
The Osun based mostly cleric cautioned Buhari and his cupboard to cease combating towards God by his actions.
“I hope the president will hear and do not forget that it takes nothing from God to take away him from workplace if He so needs. Subsequently, President Buhari ought to inside seven days reverse his choice and unban Twitter. If not, a few of us will go on our knees and ask God to do the needful. Buhari mustn’t put the gospel of Christ in chain”, he threatened.
Bishop Adeoye praised Pastor Enoch Adeboye and Pastor Williams Kumuyi who relied on the United Nations article which Nigeria is a signatory to by completely rejecting the Islamic agenda of President Buhari over the Twitter ban.
“We’re due to this fact ready patiently for the following transfer of the Buhari-led authorities to see what he intends to do to those fathers of religion”, he added.
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