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Pastors Threaten Curse On Interim Government Promoters

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A group of pastors from Rivers State has vowed to place a curse on persons advocating interim government in the country.

The clerics under the auspices of Rivers Pastors Unite for Tinubu  (RPUT) warned proponents of destabilisation of the country’s democracy saying they should either desist from it or face the wrath of God.

The pastors, numbering 100, made their position known in a statement in Port Harcourt on Wednesday to welcome the President-elect to Rivers.

The statement by the coordinators of the group, Pastor Sunday Edimeh and founder of One life Bible Church Port Harcourt and Pastor Julius Dan of the Apostolic Church of Nigeria said they remained strong advocates of the Tinubu/Shettima Presidency.

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They said contrary to the belief in some quarters,  not all pastors worked against the emergence of Tinubu in the last elections.

They said as a non-political group, they only interfaced with Tinubu’s structure through former Osun Commissioner for Works Engr. Remi Omowaiye recalling that they had before the election declared their support for Tinubu.

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They said: “We of the Rivers Pastors Unite for Tinubu prayed, worked, and campaigned assiduously with our various church members for the victory of Bola Tinubu. We were blackmailed and called all kinds of names but to God be the glory, our efforts were crowned with Tinubu’s resounding victory .

“Our driving force in supporting Tinubu remains the fact that his pedigree shows he is the right man for the job. Though a Muslim and married to an RCCG Pastor. None of the presidential candidates has supported and elevated Pastors and men of God as  Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

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