The General Overseer of Living Faith Chapel a.k.a Winners Bishop David Oyedepo On a live-streamed Sunday service shared a message with the public.
While speaking the cleric reportedly stated that “I stop reading a newspaper in 1993. And am very sure that I am more current than those who are publishing it. God will always show me what they have not written.
Speaking further he stated that ” I saw Danger looming as nations began to open their doors for Nigerians to fly out. I saw danger looming and it is a game of the devil to overrun the land. Because of the tremendous treasure that is in this place.
I am saying this today but it will be written in three years to come. This is the time when unskilled labor is welcome. It is a time when you can not see a bricklayer. It is a time when factories will not find workers.
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