We don’t hate Buhari, but we hate his actions - Christian bodyby Ezinna Bosah 20/03/2017 08:11:00 0 comments 1 Views
- The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria has discoosed what they disliked about President Buhari’s led government
- PFN argued that unemployment had skyrocketed under the current administration
- Meanwhile, they insisted that criticism against Buhari was to make him succeed in his endeavour
The PFN says the body does not dislike President Buhari but only hates his actions
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) says sit does not hate the personality of President Buhari but hates the actions of the president as unemployment continues to rise in the country.
The Vice-President of the PFN, South-South, Bishop Simeon Okah disclosed this on Sunday during a prayer session for the President at the closing ceremony of the 2017 International Men Convention of the Flock of Christ Mission in Delta state.
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The clergy man who noted that unemployment had skyrocketed under the current administration argued that the body’s criticism against Buhari was to make him succeed in his endeavour.
He said: “Corruption didn’t start today. Prosecution has not stopped people from stealing. I am proposing to the FG to call those who have stolen our commonwealth to return such money and have a little percentage to live with and their names published and barred from running for any political position or being appointed.
“We don’t hate Buhari. We only hate what he is doing. Our criticism is out of patriotism for a better Nigeria and from the fact that we want him to succeed and we are praying he succeeds. People are misconstruing our criticisms for hatred but that is far from the truth.
“Like today, unemployment is rising to the roof. The little influence I have in the Church I am going to use it to make sure that in any state, particularly here in South-South, anybody who did not serve his people well, we will do our best to make things difficult for them.
“If INEC doesn’t do its work very well, we will make problem with them and leave the rest for God.”
Meanwhile, in the video below, Nigerians have continued to react to the return of President Muhammadu Buhari after 51 days of absence.[embedded content]
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