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Monday, July 26, 2021

Pastor Tunde Bakare Dares Nameless Person To Arrest HIM + Tells His Congregation To Be Prepared For Change

Pastor Tunde Bakare appears to have fallen out with someone and he dared the person to arrest him....











The Overseer of Citadel Global Community Church said this in a sermon on Sunday.
Although he did not mention anyone's name, the references were clear as to whom his jibes were meant for...

“I dare you to come after me since that is the usual style now. You might have done it to others; you are about to learn a lesson if you touch me.”

“If you know what I have done in secret, bring it to the open. I dare you to come after me if you can. I worked with you; I worked for you; I supported you to get there (where you are). When I talk now, I now have a smelly mouth.

“I’m not interested in meeting you any longer; no more visits. Now, it is war, because Nigeria must be set free.”

“Have you forgotten that you vowed never to contest again. I said ‘not so’. I showed you how you can win the next election and you agreed to run and you won. I was not considering myself but concerned about how Nigeria can become great.

“Winning an election is a different thing; doing the right thing is another. No one must behave as if Nigeria is a personal property. Nigeria must be set free and any obstruction along the way must be removed; it must get out of the way.”

He told Nigerians to be prepared for baton of change, recalling how he pronounced the late Gen Sani Abacha’s days numbered during his fist rule.

from pmnewsnigeria




*He should have mentioned the name directly!

50 comments:

  1. Make we wait for season film shaaa

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    1. Ajala the Traveller come and pack your basket of shame. AMEN to you pastor.

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    2. Amarachi with C26 July 2021 at 16:41

      Baba Go slow, come over here

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  2. Amen ooo. Please may God answer your prayer. Nigeria must resurrect..

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  3. Heyyyyy! Ngwanu!! Nkata Nkata agbasaala na ala ya..

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  4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ this breakfast go reach everyone

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 gaskia kowai

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  5. 'If you want to shoot, shoot dont talk.'

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  6. He was still the one that told his congregation that he had a dream where they were driving Nigeria and Buhari came and removed the steering, and that if Buhari didn't emerged, it would be brutal for the country. So what's he now saying? I only pity those that take them too seriously




    *Larry was here*

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    1. ... *didn't emerge*....not 'didn't emerged'

      Don't use two past tense together.

      In your sentence, 'didn't' is the past tense of 'do' - an auxiliary verb (helping verb) supporting another verb 'emerge' in a "negative" sentence.

      Do - is an action verb and also an auxiliary verb.


      Do - use when the subject is 'I, you, we or they'

      Does - use for third person singular pronouns - when the subject is 'he, she or it'.

      Did - Past Tense of both Do and Does.

      Don't - the negative form of 'Do is Do not'.

      Does not/Doesn't - the negative form of 'Does'

      Did not Didn't - past tense of the negative form of 'Do or Does' - use for all persons, pronouns both singular and plural (I, you,, we, they, she, he, it)
      Did not/ Didn't - shows an action or event failed to happen in the past.

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    2. Anon 17.11 na wa for you o. Hope you don't make it a habit of pointing out the faults of others? I am a graduate of English and I don't do this.

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    3. But Anon 17:11 was educating in his comment naaa. People learn everyday.

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    4. Thanks anonymous we keep learning. English graduates please always try to educate us more abeg. πŸ™

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    5. Anon 17:11 , as long as u correct with love, I’m all for it. No one knows it all . I see too many embarrassing blunders here often but some people don’t like being corrected even when under anon which is very bad. I learn from these correction even when I see my self as knowledgeable in English language. Tnx anon , don’t stop correcting bcoz people like me learn from it.

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    6. Anon 17:11, your explanation doesn't help. You tried to say everything but ended up saying nothing.

      ...didn't emerge... - this is a negative clause. "Did"- is the past tense of the verb "do". The verb "do" has dual functions. It can function as a helping verb or auxiliary verb and as a lexical verb or main verb. If it comes before another verb in a sentence, then it's a helping verb.

      In the negative clause "didn't emerge", 'did'(a helping verb) comes before 'emerge'(a main verb). When the past tense of 'do', which is 'did' is used before a main verb, the main verb should be a base form. A verb's base form is what appears in dictionary entries, e.g the base form of 'emerge' is 'emerge', not "emerged, emerging or emerges". The base of of verbs like run, eat, cut, etc" are run, eat, cut, NOT ran, running, runs, cuts, cutting, cut( past tense); ate, eating, eats).

      So, did(helping verb) + main verb (base form of verb)

      did(helping verb) + not(negative particle) + main verb (base form)

      E.g

      Didn't emerge
      Did emerge

      Didn't eat
      Did eat

      Didn't cry
      Did cry

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  7. Oga pastor good morning o!! (In ceaser's voice).

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    1. In Ojukwu's voice to SS people goodmorning the breakfast must go round. It's one after the other.

      Baba B dey show them small small

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  8. "When you have to shoot, shoot don't talk" Tuco (the good, the bad and the ugly)

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    1. Yes oh..See my follow film buddy..

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    2. Remkmd me that film again Phoenix.

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    3. The Good the Bad and the Ugly - 1966 Spaghetti movie feat Clint Eastwood

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  9. That's why I love my Bishop Matthew Kukah. He say it as it is not minding whose ox is gored.

    Buhari is one sickness I wouldn't even wish my enemies no matter how badly they hurt me. I wondered why any sensible person thought before now that a man who has always shown disdain towards Christians and his tribal bigotry was fit to govern a secular state like Nigeria. If time isn't taken, this administration will plunge Nigeria into a total collapse.

    If we reach where we are going without the knowledge of where we are coming from, we will not know why we started the journey. Part of Nigeria's problem is that we have not resolve many issues and we move on yet we never move on, and unresolved issues haunt us always. So woes pile on woes in our national life. Buhari shouldn't have happened to Nigeria in the first place. He's a huge failure and unproductive.

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    1. He *says* it as it is not.....
      ...we have not *resolved*


      He says....
      She says...

      I say....
      We say.....
      You say....
      They say....

      E.g.

      I say it as it is.

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    2. Yea, obviously I was typing in a hurry. Thanks for the pointer.

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  10. Pastor, Caesar said we should greet you o.

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  11. I don't have much to say to you pastor sir, but manage these few baskets 🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺, just be chilling in there while I arrange more

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    1. Bubu needs more of your baskets not Bakare

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  12. Won’t evil feel sorry if they deal with all these people acting like SA to the most high, after deceiving Nigerians you’re now feeling the heat well sha you better pass people wey dey suffer and smile with fear at the same time

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  13. He shouldn't have mentioned the name directly, he did well, because they say, the name that a father will give to his new born baby is in his belly.

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  14. That is why religion shouldn't mix on the same level with politics.

    It's obvious that Bakare has fallen out with the current regime. But Bakare should be the last person criticizing this government. Reason: He actively supported the ascension of PMB's government, but interestingly has been left out of the scheme of things.

    Not too long ago, he said something about PMB being number 15 in the line of Presidents and him being number 16; thus implying that he's destined to succeed PMB, as if PMB has no vice to succeed him.

    Bakare and Sowore are in the same boat; nobody takes them serious. And he shouldn't think of organising any anti-government protest because like Sowore, nobody go join am protest oh.

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  15. Pst Bakare, you should have left good enough alone. He never wanted to contest again yet you guauded him on, now see where and how we are. Also enjoy with us all.

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    1. .. *goaded*...not..'guauded' him on

      A more appropriate word would have been 'prodded' him on...

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    2. Anon, go feed yaa babee. I hear that ppl like u dey get serious kolo, as pepper bodi no dey allow una see miskate.

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  16. Pasitor,no need ranting since you were one of those who imposed this suffering on Nigerians .

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  17. Chai power must change hands. So thus baba dey among our problems for thus country? Why did you encourage "him" to contest?? Why??

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  18. The raving of an ignored individual. The president ignored you and put you where you belong. You claimed he doesn't act on your advice months ago, it is not obligatory for the president to accept whatever advice you go to Aso rock to dish out. Stop giving the impression he won in 2015 because of you, you did not contribute a Kobo to his campaign. He won because of the coalition that came together and PDP governors and leaders who betrayed Jonathan across Nigeria, especially in the North

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  19. Pastor increase the volume Baba Go Slow has ear problem abeg.

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  20. Bakare o, Buhari o, I trust none.

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  21. Pastor that was among those who organized “Occupy Ojota” to push GEJ away. Can we repeat that protest now?

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  22. Please sir we need that Sanni Abacha prayer again.

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