APC presidential flagbearer General Muhammadu Buhari is making frantic plans to step down from the February 14 elections after receiviing news of Bishop David Oyedepo’s threat.
President Goodluck Jonathan was received by the General Overseer of Faith Tabernacle at their headquters in Otta, where Bishop Oyedepo spiritually pledged support to GEJ’s re-election bid.
Unconfirmed sources within PDP campaign team reveal to us that Goodluck Jonathan is currently not pleased with Pastor Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God for aligning towards General Buhari’s candidacy, hence GEJ sought to woo approval from Bishop Oyedepo.
Bishop Oyedepo in his sermon and prayers aggresively threatened to “open the gates of hell” on whoever that opposes Goodluck Jonathan in his reelection bid.
News coming from APC camp reveals that General Buhari is running scared by the threats, and is making plans to step down. However, Chief Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been egging him to ignore the threat as they are so close to victory.
The top APC chieftains are currently in a closed door prayer session, where they are being led by Pastor Osibanjo in a series of vehement prayers to neutralize Oyedepo’s threats.