• Calls for division product of bad govt, says peace committee By Iheanacho Nwosu, Abuja The National Peace Committee (NPC) led by former head of state, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar has blamed failed politicians and poor governance for the rising ethno-religious tension in the country. “The drums of rising division also reflect the perceptions by…
Given the reason I gave last week as to why the Heavenly Father allowed Chief Obasanjo to win the 1999 presidential election, in spite of the pagan rituals performed for him, I was not surprised when He told me in July 2001 that He did not want him to come back for a second term. And instructed me to travel to Minna to tell General Ibrahim Babangida that he was the one He wanted to be president in 2003, and should therefore take part in the primaries of the Peoples Democratic Party in 2002. Undoubtedly, Babangida would have won the PDP primaries and the presidential poll because most northerners and many people in the South – East, South – South and even in Obasanjo’s South – West would have voted for him in 2003 because of the goodwill he had all over the country when he was military head of state from August 1985 – August 1993.
I left Lagos for Minna on Saturday, July 14, 2001 taking along a letter on my mission, in case I didn’t meet Babangida at home. As it turned out he was away in Germany when I got there and so I left the letter which contained my address and telephone number. But Babangida never reached out to me when he returned to the country. And as was the case when Chief Olu Falae in 1992 ignored the message He sent to him through a cousin of his, the Ancient of Days vowed that He would never allow Babangida to be Nigeria’s head of state again.
This explains why he failed to win the shadow election northern leaders in the PDP conducted in 2010 to pick who would be their region’s candidate to face President Goodluck Jonathan during their national primaries. Babangida was defeated by Alhaji Atiku Abubakar by one vote during the exercise and he immediately announced that he would not contest any election again.
So, it was because Babangida refused to contest the PDP primaries in 2002 that the Lord allowed President Obasanjo to return for a second term in 2003. This is in a book I published on the Lord’s instruction in 2004 on His plan to make Nigeria great and for all and sundry to know that He caused the June 12, 1993 presidential election to be annulled. For the reason that the winner, Chief Moshood Abiola, failed to meet the deadline He gave him to reward the 41 clerics He raised to fast and pray for 41 days to make his victory possible.
As the Lord directed I sent a copy of my book to each of Generals Ibrahim Babangida and Abdulsalami Abubakar in Minna in July 2004, about one–and–a–half months before it was launched in Lagos in September. I still have the note Captain M. Jackson, an aide of General Abubakar, signed on July 24, 2004 when he received the book on his behalf. So ex – President Obasanjo can contact the two former military heads of state for the confirmation of my stories. These are the Lord’s messages on the spiritual exercises He sent me to deliver to General Abubakar to carry out before leaving office on May 28, 1999 over the rituals performed for Obasanjo to win that year’s presidential election. And the one I conveyed to Babangida to contest the 2003 poll.
To be continued next week Wednesday with the hereafter disclosures the Lord told me about Chief Abiola and one of my ancestors.
Professor Anele’s faux pas on Bible authors (15)
Professor Douglas Anele has in recent years made it a habit to criticize and condemn the celebration of Christmas in December/January and Easter festivities in March/April, because he does not believe in the God Christians worship. And because he knows that the followers of Jesus Christ would not attack him physically or through the use of spiritual means as the members of some other religions in the country, if not Africa, would do. But I can assure Anele that the King of kings as stated in Revelation 13:8 has a book in which is recorded the major sins each person on earth commits. And as it is written in 2 Peter 2:9 there is also a Day of Judgment when everyone on earth would be tried in the hereafter.
Of course, it goes without saying that both believers and non – believers would be on trial on the Day of Reckoning. The advice I have for Anele therefore is that while he has the right to worship God or not, he should stop committing the sin of berating the Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ and Christianity in his column. This is not to prevent punishment but to reduce it. Because there is penalty for those who did not worship the Ancient of Days when they were alive. But it would only be more severe for those who served idols or the so – called gods of their forefathers. So, it would be double tragedy for those who in their lifetime not only refused to worship the living Lord but also made fun of Him, Jesus Christ, Prophet Mohammed and their religions – Christianity and Islam.