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“Not Do-Or-Die But I Will Be President In 2023” – Pastor Tunde Bakare

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President of Nigeria, Pastor Tunde Bakare

The pastor of the Citadel Global Church, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has said that just as Joe Biden emerged as the President-elect of the United States, he will also become the President of Nigeria in 2023.

This was stated by Bakare, who ran with President Buhari during the 2011 presidential election, while talking to newsmen on Tuesday, November 10.

According to the pastor, his desire for the presidency is not a matter of life or death, but as God is alive, he will be president, just as Biden did.

“There is something called destiny. I am not one to hide under the umbrella of one finger and make ambition look like vision, I do not camouflage. It is not a matter of life and death, but you can write it down. As the Lord lives, and as I am given the opportunity, the day will come, like Joe Biden, that I will be the President of Nigeria.” Bakare said.

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Remember that in January and July of 2018, SelahAfrik brought you news that Pastor Tunde Bakare had said that God told him to run for presidency and that he will be Nigeria’s next president, but seem to have left the ambition in the last 2019 elections.

Pastor Tunde Bakare who is celebrating his birthday today November 11 was emphatic however that it is not a do or die affair. Neither will his camouflage his ambition as a vision.

He also called for laws to guide the conduct of social media while highlighting the dangers of fake news. He stated that the excesses happening on social media can spiral into trouble for the nation because of fake news.

“There is no free freedom anywhere in the world; there must be freedom with boundary.

“I am not saying curtail them or we can’t use social media in Nigeria. But there is no nation where there are no balances.

“For instance, look at the picture of a drama that was shot somewhere else but was used to say soldiers have killed protesters. Those things can grieve and create troubles.

“But we cannot be draconian; we are not going back to Decree 4. We must do things decently and orderly, listen to the people and formulate laws that will be beneficial to all of us,” Pastor Tunde Bakare said.

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