By EAGLE EYE NEWS24
The Presiding Minister of Christian Foundation Mission Charles Ejoh has slammed the Vice-President Prof.Yemi Osibajo on his visit to Jos for the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria(PFN) Thanks giving on Saturday held at the Faith Dome Church of Eternal Life, saying that he is part of Nigeria’s problem.
Ejoh made the remark during Sunday’s Service in Jos in his message,titled:The Necessity of Vision.
According to the end-time preacher,”Prof.Yemi Osibajo is part of Nigeria’s problem because he was part of those that was responsible for imposing president Muhammadu Buhari on Nigerians in 2015,2019 and as such inflicted untold hardship on Nigerians .In fact his church the Redeemed Christian Church of God and the Roman Catholic Religion made sure that Buhari came to power though the Catholics have retraced their actions by hitting the Buhari led government from all front..I had expected the Vice-President to have resigned his position by now because the Bible admonished us to ‘flee from all appearance of evil’.
Adding that God will judge them for misleading Nigerians,Osibajo only honoured the PFN invitation in order to canvassed for votes in 2023..He did the same in 2019 when he came on the invitation of the Christian body to Jos”.
On the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria(PFN),”they have lost the original vision. It is very sad and insulting in the first place to invite the VP Osibajo to the PFN Thanksgiving in Jos on Saturday.I mean it staggers my logical acumen to see this kind of misnormal, who has bewitched the PFN for God’s sake. In 2015 in their desperation at the inauguration of the present PFN Exco in Plateau led by Rev.Steve Dagana at the same venue they invited a very controversial minister-designate Hon. Solomon Dalung former Minister of Sports as a guest and he ended up misrepresenting the Christian faith by making some disregarding comments.
Those who invited Prof.Yemi Osibajo to Jos will also inherit the curses vented by Nigerians”.
Recall that similar invitation was extended to Pastor Sunday Adelaja of the Embassy of God Church in Ukraine to Jos but the charismatic preacher ended up lambasting the PFN Ministers to their dismay.
Ejoh did not spare the governor of Plateau State Barr.Simon Lalong,saying that God will embarrass him come 2023 if he did not retrace his steps.
”If the governor of Plateau State did not retrace his steps he will be embarrass by God in 2023.I know some ignorant Christians will be making reference to the Book of Timothy that Believers should pray for their leaders,they will not quote the scripture that says that God is angry with the wicked every day(Psalms7vs11),so we must learn to compare scriptures with scriptures.We can not be praying for the wicked to remain in power.because the wicked will not go unpunished”.
EAGLE EYE WATCH reports that the PFN has continued to received bashing for its compromising tendencies from prominent clerics amongst them is the Lead pastor of House Hold of God Church Rev.Chris Okotie..
Recall that last March the Pastoral Supervisor of the Church Household of God, Rev. Chris Okotie, described the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) as a clan religious enterprise.
Okotie then reacted to the election of a new national executive of the Christian body, led by its newly elected president, Bishop Wale Oke.
In a short message to the PFN National Secretariat in Lagos, distributed by his media advisor Ladi Ayodeji, Rev. Okotie regretted that PFN had deviated from its core values and become a shadow of itself.
“PFN has become a clan religious endeavor. It is akin to the amorphous political entity of the Christian silhouette.
“Leadership in the church of God is by divine appointment, not the whims and whims of an undivided gathering of episcopal pacifists,” the statement said.
For years, Okotie has criticized the activities of successive PFN presidents for allegedly compromising and unethical behavior bordering on betrayal of Christian purpose, especially in their dealings with the country’s political leadership.
The preacher always distanced himself from the activities of the Christian body, citing credibility issues.