The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, says he ceased attending a branch of a church in Abuja because the pastor was always assaulting the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).
Adesina stated this in an article on Thursday named, ‘This Kumuyi is simply different’, which was authored in support of a statement by the General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi. Although Adesina didn’t mention which church he ceased attending, his public profile states that he’s a member of the Foursquare Gospel Church where he was fated a pastor and has attended since 1988.
In the composition, the President’s spokesperson stated it was disastrous that some pastors had rolled their balconies to outlets upon which they spew abomination. He penned, “ I used to attend a church in Abuja from 2015 to 2018, till the pastor began to see himself as someone who must bring the Buhari government down. Sunday after Sunday, it was all sorts of review from the altar. But I sustained it since it was a branch of a church I had attended for over 30 years. Till one day, he overstated it.
“ The Dapchi girls were kidnapped and there was no name the pastor didn’t call President Buhari that Sunday. It was alarming that similar effects could come from the altar. But I endured long and sat through the sermon, or rather, what was supposed to be a sermon. I also went home, wondering what the church of God was twisting to.” Adesina stated after the utmost of the Dapchi girls had been saved, the pastor didn’t suppose it fit to recommend the President in posterior service.
The President’s assistant, still, exalted Kumuyi for saying last week that Christians shouldn’t “ snoot those in power because they appear not to be delivering on electoral pledges”. He stated that while a formerVice-Chancellor of Ajayi Crowther University, Prof. Dapo Asaju, was within his rights to be angry over the state of the country, it must be noted that the Buhari governance was doing a lot to change the country’s fortunes.