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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Pastor Bakare tells Nigerians That Change For Good Takes Time

The Serving Overseer of Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, on Friday pleaded with Nigerians to be patient with President Muhammadu Buhari.
He said the change being expected would take time.



Bakare, who was Buhari’s running mate in the 2011 presidential election on the platform of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change, spoke with State House correspondents after meeting the President at the Presidential Villa, Abuja yesterday.


He said he was sure that the present administration would, in due time, respond to the yearnings of Nigerians.

The pastor said, “I will like to appeal to all Nigerians that we should just excise a bit of patience. This change will not become chain that will tie all of us down.
“Change for good takes time and we should just exercise a little bit more of patience. We trust that government is listening and the leaders are listening too and they will respond to the yearnings and aspirations of Nigerians.”

Bakare said when one is driving in the wrong direction and suddenly realises one’s mistake, there would be a lot of suffering in returning to the right direction.

“Pain is part of gain. No pain, no gain. The years of wastage and all that we have done wrong have finally caught up with us.
“All we are praying for is wisdom for this government to think right and to do the right things, so that gradually, we can begin to come out of the woods,” he said.

According to Punch,When asked to assess the present administration, Bakare said it was too early to do so.


On the purpose of his visit, he said, “I came to see the President and he is doing very well, health wise. That’s all I came to do.”



18 comments:

  1. Is this whad bubu asked you to tell us? Oga you be pastor... I see no reason you should be telling lies.

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  2. Stella where your own comment.

    When Jona was there, they nearly killed him with criticism. Now he is talking about calmness.

    May God forgive all APC supportters. You all are begging for the calmness you refused to give to Jona. Thank God it has rotated.

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  3. Yeah change for good will take time, but Nigeria's change for good is definitely not coming from Buhari.
    I mean when China was about to change for good, it was obvious, they started by delinking their economy from the outside world, thus eradicating dependency. When Cuba was about to change for good we knew what happened. When Singapore was about to change for good we saw it. Nigeria's change haven't started yet, and it's definitely not coming from Buhari

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    1. How old are you? If you are below 30yrs,you won't be useful in NIGERIA future. If you above 30 y then your children will suffer cause of dullard they have as parent. So disconnecting our economy from dollar based economy is not something you should welcome as a step in boosting and make our economy independent of outsiders? You must be a retard.

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    2. You're a fool olawale, a big one I must say.
      Mumu like you go back and read dependency theory of development before saying anything.
      You're above 30,your parents and your children must be ashmaed to have a dullard like.
      See this MF talking to me, I invite you come here. I will teach your crazy ass politics and economics, cause obviously you know nothing about it

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    3. And I never said we should disconect our economy from a dollar based economy. I only said we should stop being dependent. Oponu!
      You've got reading problem too

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  4. Shut Bakare! Easy for you to say!

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  5. Shut up Bakare! Easy for you to say!

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  6. You have spoken well. Not on anyone's side but the citizens of this country. You could have made a good V.P sha

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  7. Political pastor clap for it sf. I salute ur advert ooooo

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  8. Pastorpreneur and Pastorlician we see you

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  9. Positive change takes time.

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  10. who knows Lucky nice ooooo. wey my Edo pple dem? Uniben babes Pls beware of this guy he is a scam. I heard he moves around duping pple (esp girls) all in d name of modelling. His na me is Ede lucky but porpularly called Lucky nice

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  11. wey ma Edo pple dem? Uniben babes, pls beware of lucky nice o. I heard he moves around deceiving young pple (esp girls) all in d name of modelling. the guy is a big scam and d i heard d authorities are looking for him

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