CAN under attack for declaring Fani-Kayode future president

Femi Fani-Kayode former Minister of Aviation who Apostle Alex Bamgbola declare will be future president.
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Tochi Juliet

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Lagos chapter has come under attack following declaration by its Chairman, Apostle Alex Bamgbola that Femi Fani-Kayode would become the president of Nigeria someday.

The chairman of the Lagos State chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), announced that the former Minister of Aviation will rule Nigeria someday if he remains humble.

Apostle Bamgbola pronounced this on Fani-Kayode in a video obtained by Legit Tv at the celebration of Bishop Isaac Idahosa’s 31 years in ministry.

Fani-Kayode, who has always opposed Buhari’s administration, immediately went on his knees to claim the pronouncement.

Bamgbola, speaking to Fani-Kayode, said: “You will rule Nigeria someday if you remain humble.”

Immediately after the session, Fani-Kayode knelt in the middle of men of God who prayed fervently for him.

After the event, Fani-Kayode reiterated that the CAMA law seeking to regulate the affairs of the church is evil, describing those that made the law as also evil.

“Any law that wants to regulate the affairs of churches is absolutely evil, and I consider that section of that act to be evil. Those that proposed it are evil, and it will never stand in Jesus’ name, that’s my position", Fani-Kayode added.

The pronouncement has stirred reactions from some Nigerians on social media who accused CAN of disgracing Christianity in the country and dragging itself into partisan politics.

Here are some comments:

“CAN will never tell these Politicians the truth. All they do is sell themselves short for a share of the National Cake."

"Even FFK accepted the lies that he would be president on the day.”

“ This is unfortunate. Statements such as this drag CAN into the arena of partisan politics and undermine its ability to effectively represent Christian’s in the country.”

"Mosques and churches today are the number one problem for the poor people of this country.”

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