The General Overseer of Pentecostal Sanctuary Bible Ministries (PSBM) Odo Egbo, Ijebu Ode, Pastor Sunday Dare Iyunade has said that any part of the country that attempts to secede from the nation would do so at its own peril as the Almighty God has never approved of such move.
Pastor Dare Iyunade explained that “God says if any tribe; be it Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa tries to breakaway, their places of abode would become history”.
He added that rather than breaking away from the country, prayers should be intensified for the country to remain united as any thing different would only spell doom for promoters of such idea.
The man of God stated this as part of the prophesy for the country while addressing the press on Thursday over the 25th anniversary of his church and 19th annual convention slated to hold between March, Sunday 21 to 28.
The man of God also said that the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) faces disintegration as its government has continued to reneged on its promise to bring about the desired change that would make life more bearable for the residents of the country.
Prophet Sunday Iyunade disclosed that because of many errors the APC government has committed, God said he had shortened their time and that just as the party leaders declared during their campaign in 2014 that Nigerians should stone them if they failed to perform, Nigerians might eventually stone this party out of power very soon.
Iyunade lamented the unacceptable level of insecurity in the country saying that the wall of the security had fallen apart and that Nigerians must pray for new strategies to fight this disturbing trend to evolve.
He said Nigerians should however not despair as God has turned to this country to cause a turn around saying “God has heard the cry of his people, a new leader will emerge but I don’t know when it will happen, God will remove the enemies of Nigeria for new leadership”.
Prophet Iyunade said that the 19th annual convention of the church with the theme “The Lord Cometh” is to further create awareness on the second coming of Jesus Christ and get the people more prepared.
He said as part of activities marking the 25th anniversary of the church, the church is also donating one collapsible ambulance stretcher and two electronic suction machines to the Ijebu Ode State Hospital, a 3.5KVA generator to the school for the physically challenged, as well as one guitar, trumpet, cartons of soaps, toothbrushes, toothpastes among others to the Correctional Home, Ijebu Ode.