God will deal with bad leaders, those behind insecurity – Dunamis Pastor, Dr Paul Enenche

By AdvocateNews on 04/07/2021

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Dr Paul Enenche
Dr Paul Enenche

Dr Paul Enenche, the Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, on Sunday lambasted Nigerian leaders over insecurity in the country.

The visibly angry Enenche rained curses on Nigerian leaders for failing to tackle insecurity.

Speaking at the church’s headquarters, Glory Dome in Abuja, while leading a prayer session against insecurity in Nigeria, Pastor Enenche declared that Nigerian leaders and those behind insecurity in the country will not escape the judgment of God.

Lamenting over the activities of kidnappers in Kaduna State, the cleric said Nigerians should be ready to hear news of God’s judgment.

He said: “We declare judgment on the leadership of the land for failing to tackle insecurity. We declare judgement on kidnappers, terrorists, sponsors and their collaborators.

“They will never escape the judgment of God, Jehova will deal with them.

“We declare judgment on anyone who has anything to do with insecurity.

“In this season, if anyone who has anything to do with insecurity escapes judgment, then God is not God.

“We shall hear the news of the destruction of the wicked, the wicked should get ready for judgment.”

Posted 04/07/2021 2:29:24 PM

 

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