The senior pastor of Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, has stated that he will run for the seat of president in Nigeria.
Bakare revealed this during the Latter Rain Assembly’s service of 31 December into the New Year’s Day and explained that God told him “politics is not over for you.”
He told his congregation at the church’s location in Lagos that he has not been told “the exact time” when he will vie for the presidential seat in the country yet by God.
“I heard the Lord say to me, politics is not over for you, there is still one thing left for you to do; run for president
“And He said to me, I will work it out myself. I will make it happen in due course. Please trust me, I lie not in the Holy Ghost. This is not easy for me to share with you. I shared this with you, so that you can pray along with me.
“God has not told me the exact time, but said He will make it happen in due course.
“It appears destiny is calling and time is now. I love this Church but destiny is calling. Please pray for me like never before because we are in this together,” he said.
The televangelist has had a stint in politics when he ran as the running mate of Nigeria’s president Muhammadu Buhari on the platform of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) during the 2011 general election in which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) won the presidential poll.
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