APC Presidential candidate is a ghost as Pastor Giwa Explode.
A senior Pastor of the Awaiting The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Gospel Church has declared that the All Progressives Congress, APC, does not have a presidential candidate.
Giwa, in a statement to Aljaziralreporters on Wednesday, claimed that “the person being paraded by the APC as presidential candidate is a ghost”.
He urged National Leader of the APC, Bola Tinubu and other party leaders to confess to Nigerians rather than deceiving them.
“Those stage-managing Buhari are not wishing the country well, just because they want to be holding on to power. I have said it that President Buhari has stopped functioning well since he returned from the United Kingdom medical vacation last year.
“One can quickly judge president Buhari by his actions, and that tells you that all is not well. How can a presidential candidate of a particular party handing over the flag to a presidential candidate of the same party. Things are currently falling apart and the centre can no longer hold.
“Alhaji Tinubu and others are stage-managing president Buhari because of their selfish interest. They have talked to the wife of the president to cooporate with them.
“Politicians enjoy power a lot, and that has changed the mind of Mrs. Aisha Buhari. Do know that lies don’t last forever.
“Buhari you are seeing now is not the person we used to know. The president has lost his grip on reality and that suggests that there are dangerous times ahead.
“Why are these politicians behaving this way? Why are they playing with people’s lives and future?.
“The truth is lost in Nigeria; you cannot have true liberty without true righteousness. What’s true for individuals is true for a nation, because a nation is composed of individuals.
“When we lose character and righteousness, then we will lose liberty. It is high time people started reviving Nigeria by voting for the right candidates.”
The cleric, however, urged Nigerians to open their eyes and ignore selfish, wicked and treacherous politicians as the country prepares for the 2019 general elections.