The General Overseer of Clear Revelation Ministry, CRM, in Ibadan, Oyo State, has warned former President, Olusegun Obasanjo and a national leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Bola Tinubu to avoid God’s punishment.
He told the duo to use their wealth to ensure that Nigeria does not “degenerate into a state of anarchy.”
Adeyeye warned that failure to salvage Nigeria with their wealth, both Tinubu and Obasanjo “may bite their fingers later.”
Speaking with The Sun, Adeyeye said, “We have prayed in this country, but what we need now is action. We need to do what we are supposed to do.
“Former president Olusegun Obasanjo should use his influence and connections to ensure that Nigeria does not degenerate into a state of anarchy.
“Obasanjo did not have money yesterday, but today Obasanjo himself is money. He should help in salvaging this country.
“I love Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. He has conscience. He does not know me. But I have been warning him since 2006 that he should not be over-ambitious.
“Tinubu has “many heads” otherwise, he would not be alive till today. He knows what I am saying. I have been asking God for what He sees in him that made Him to love Tinubu so much. God still loves him.
“But what is worrying Tinubu is he wants to become what is inside of him. It is only God that can make that to happen. You can quote me, he is over-ambitious. He needs to repent. Tinubu is one of the wealthiest Nigerians. He owns many big companies in Nigeria and many people are working there, thereby feeding many people.
“The money he has, he invested it in the country, and that is better than those that are equally wealthy but keeping their money in foreign countries. If Tinubu did not support the All Progressives Congress (APC), the party will not be in power today.
“He used all he has to ensure that the party formed government at the federal level in 2015. What God is showing him now is mercy. If they don’t quickly intervene in the matter of this nation, many of them may bite their fingers later. I know they are in position to do good to Nigerians.”