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You’re blinded by hatred for Buhari



Presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina has tackled Bishop David Oyedepo, founding father of Dwelling Religion Church Worldwide,  for saying Buhari authorities is ‘ essentially the most corrupt regime within the historical past of Nigeria’. 


Oyedepo who spoke at a church service on Monday June 13, had accused the federal government of not caring concerning the welfare of the residents, particularly college students. He additionally averred that the N80bn suspended Accountant-Common of the Federation is accused of diverting, may have been channeled to satisfy the calls for of the Educational Employees Union of Universities (ASUU).


The cleric stated; 


“Many kids are out of college. There’s nothing to pay to get them to high school. We noticed some people in Covenant that we had to assist out to graduate. N30,000, top notch graduates can’t get the cash underneath this depraved authorities, egocentric, self-centered.

“What a battle in opposition to corruption. You had been all deceived. You may’t be in corruption and battle corruption — essentially the most corrupt regime within the historical past of Nigeria.

“You heard of auditor-general, N80 billion. All they should pay for the colleges to be up and working is lower than N80 billion. Are they ? Their kids are usually not there.”


Reacting to this, Femi Adesina stated Oyedepo could not get his info proper as a result of he is been “blinded by hatred for President Muhammadu Buhari.” He additionally claimed that the cleric would not know “the distinction between Accountant Common (solely alleged) and Auditor Common”. 


Adesina tweeted; 


 “The bishop at Ota can’t even get his info proper. Blinded by hatred for PMB, he says Auditor Common stole N80bn. Pity! He doesn’t know distinction between Accountant Common (solely alleged) and Auditor Common. Like OBJ stated way back, we must always start to ordain our personal bishops.”



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