Bakare Calls Buhari, Jonathan & Obasanjo Colonial Masters Who Ruled Nigeria Without Accountability

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July 25, 2017 – Pastor Tunde Bakare Says Buhari, Jonathan & Obasanjo Are Colonial Masters Who Ruled Nigeria Without Accountability

A big fan of President Buhari’s administration, Pastor Tunde Bakare who seemed to have backed out has come after the ailing president in a big way.

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While speaking to members of his church (Latter Rain Assembly) this past Sunday, Bakare blamed Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, President Buhari and Olusegun Obasanjo for Nigeria’s problem.

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He added that their reckless leadership style has enslaved Nigerians.

His words:

2 thoughts on “Bakare Calls Buhari, Jonathan & Obasanjo Colonial Masters Who Ruled Nigeria Without Accountability

  1. Pastor Bakare you are wrong to an extent. Not all Africans overseas are treated like slaves or criminals. A lot of Africans here are doing very well. A lot have their own businesses or working for government or company. It is when you commit a crime that you are treated like a criminal. A criminal is a criminal whether in Nigeria or overseas. James Ibori served time in London prison because he committed a criminal act but what happened when he returned to Nigeria? Was he not hailed as a hero and even one “fake” pastor likened him to JESUS CHRIST. Leaders overseas are accountable to their subjects but not so with Nigeria where Tribalism, Nepotism, and all forms of corruption is the order of the day. We are the architects of our own fate. So as long as injustice continue to reign in Nigeria things will not be alright. A lot of Nigerians outside the country wants to come home but are afraid because of safety issue from kidnapping, armed robbery, fetishness “babalawo” and outright jealousy and tribalism and nepotism. From the way things are where a mediocre is made head of parastatals how do you expect something good to come out? Some regions in that country have cut off marks of 34 percent for WAEC while other regions are cut off at 66 -70 percent and when it comes to appointments those from 34 percent are made the head. For there to be positive development in Nigeria, let every region develop at their own pace and let us see who will carry last. A lot of us want to come home with our expertise to contribute. So pastor, not every Nigerian or African overseas is treated like a criminal unless you commit a criminal act. Nnandi Kanu called Nigeria a zoo. That is wrong. A zoo is a controlled environment but jungle would have been a better definition.

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