Jehovah Sharp Sharp pastor carries coffin on his head to protest against bad governance saying God is not happy with Buhari, political and religious leaders

April 12, 2021
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A Nigerian cleric, Archbishop Samson Benjamin, has protested against bad governance, President Buhari’s adminstration, political, traditional and religious leaders.

The General Overseer of Resurrection Praise Ministry, Lagos, popularly known as Jehovah Sharp Sharp, carried a coffin as he marched through the streets of Festac, Navy Town, Alakija, Satellite Town, on Sunday, April 11. 

The cleric claimed God asked him to do so because he wasn’t happy with the government and the state of the nation, adding that he embarked on this protest after “a spiritual journey of more than one year”

According to the cleric, God said to him: “Tell the leaders that they have intentionally depleted the common resources that belong to this great country and have brought hardship on the citizens, I am not happy with it.”

”Archbishop Benjamin said Nigeria as a disappointment to God “who brought people of various ethnicities together and gave them the resources”

“But those in power have chosen to make the commonwealth of the country their personal property, this is the reason I am carrying this coffin, God is not happy, and he is saying it is not political leaders alone, including the religious and traditional leaders.”

Explaining why he didn’t take it to the Aso Villa, the seat of power in Abuja, Benjamin said God had not asked him to do that yet.

“Human rights is the right of citizens of this country, we have found ourselves in a government that sees you as an enemy when you are being constructive in your criticism.” he said.

He called on those in power to sit and decide if the country should stay together or not.

“Secession cry is everywhere, the question is, Is it God’s will that all these must happen? We need to sit down at a round table and look at it again what and what put us together, whether those things are still workable today or are no longer workable.” the clergyman concluded.

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