2023: Nigerians will rejoice after elections, says Kumuyi

THE General Overseer of the Deeper Life Christian Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi, has declared that Nigerians will rejoice after next year’s general elections.

Also, the cleric noted that everything is in the hands of God concerning the change of power in 2023 and that Nigerians will rejoice at the end of it.

Kumuyi made the declaration today at the palace of Osemawe of Ondo Kingdom, Oba Victor Kiladejo., when he visited the monarch.

The visit was part of activities of the church to herald a six-day crusade tagged, ”Global Crusade with Kumuyi”, holding in the ancient town.

He said, “As to next year, 2023 about the election, everything is in the hands of God. I want to tell you, no pin drops anywhere in the world without God’s knowledge and nobody goes ahead without God’s control. He controls everything that happens in the world.

“Would there be an election next year? Would there not be an election? Who will emerge as the president of our country? Who will come out as governor of each of the states? Known unto God before the beginning of time and what we want in answer to the problem of contentious people in our land. What He wants will come true. When a lion is coming, no rat stands in his way and says you can’t pass.

“When the Almighty says this is what it is, for Nigeria in particular, for 2023 in particular, no elephant of a man can stand in its way. God’s will will be done and we will all rejoice.”

Speaking on the programme, Kumuyi explained that the church chose Ondo the town for the crusade because God Himself chose the venue.

“At this time, we are choosing Ondo City because God has led us to do so. He, God choose Ondo for GCK,” he simply stated.

In his remarks, the Osemawe said the crusade would benefit the town and the state in general.

Earlier, the state Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, had hosted the pastor and his team in Akure, where he commended  Kumuyi for his passion for preaching the gospel saying his visit to the state would usher in good tidings.

Akeredolu also lauded Pastor Kumuyi’s prowess as a former lecturer and accepted the invitation to be at the crusade with some of his cabinet members.

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