Bishop David Oyedepo, the President of Living Faith Tabernacle popularly known as Winners, has made a direct statement at the government of Nigeria over the proposed hate speech bill during his sermon in the opening day of the annual church program – Shiloh.
He said the bill is dead on arrival, and that it is not a crime to state the obvious. And that the government is just being petty with such intentions.
Oyedepo says, ‘they are not hanging looters but people who says hate speech’.
The revered Man of God, who is obviously angry at the bill, says he can’t be cajoled like everyone else, he says, ‘You cannot silence a prophet’.
Bishop David Oyedepo says no one loves Nigeria like he does but he won’t be afraid to speak the truth when and where necessary.
The annual church program, Shiloh is in its 21st year and a lot of prophetic declarations was made for the people of God.
Jose Mourinho makes a return to Old Trafford on Wednesday night as he leads Tottenham to face his former club.
The Portuguese tactician claims he was happy at his former club and was a bit surprised when he had initially returned to the club after his sacking as a pundit and yet he got a very good reception.
Ole Gun Solsjaker, the Red Devil boss, who has not being in his best form recently, says his job is not threatened at the moment, and that the next games between Tottenham and Manchester City over the weekend are needed to prove a point but his job is not on the line should the results not come out favorably.
Manchester United currently sits on 10th position on log.
Mourinho, however, has settled to a winning streak life at the White Hart Lane, he will be hoping to make a statement in front of his former employer. Tottenham will be looking forward to move up from their current 6th position.
Egyptian and Liverpool Forward, Mohammed Sallah holds the best disciplinary record in the English Premier League.
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