This Is What Bishop Oyedepo Did With Members PVC On SundayBy kellychi 07:47 Tue, 20 Jan 2015 Comments
Following an order by their pastor,
Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of
the Living Faith Church also known as
Winners Chapel, members of the church
stormed Sunday service with their
permanent voters card (PVC).
Oyedepo had during the churchâ€™s mid-week
service held at the churchâ€™s headquarters
located in Ota, Ogun State, asked members
to come to attend Sunday service with their
votersâ€™ cards so that they can be prayed
upon ahead of the general elections beginning
According to PM News, Oyedepo asked his
congregants to bring out their voters cards
towards the end of service.
He then asked them to drop it on the floor of
the church with prayer points that the
election would be free of violence.
The man of God who declared that enough
was enough asked his congregants to pray
against violence before, during and after the
He prayed: â€œIt shall be crisis-free, no
bloodletting and warâ€¦No angel of the devil
shall be elected into power at all levelsâ€¦
Enough is enough!
â€œAll perpetrators of war must go into silence.
No agent of the devil shall find its way. Every
seed of stagnation is declared broken.â€
Many Nigerians are already in fear that the
elections which will be coming up in less than
a month would be marred with violence.
Political campaigns across the country have
already being marred with violence.
In Jos, Plateau State, the campaign buses of
the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign
Organisation were set ablaze.
In Rivers, the All Progressives Congress
(APC) office in Okrika was attacked with
In Gombe state, some PDPâ€™s belongings
were burnt down.
Days ago, the two major presidential
aspirants in the 2015 election, Goodluck
Jonathan of the Peoples Democratic Party,
PDP, and Muhammadu Buhari of the All
Progressives Congress, APC, were made to
sign an undertaking to avoid actions that
could endorse violence during and after the
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