Bishop Oyedepo Has Contributed Nothing To Nigeria – APC


The All Progressives Congress, APC, on Monday attacked Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church for prophesying that President Muhammadu Buhari’s days are numbered.

Speaking, the APC’s Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Yekini Nabena, asked that the Bishop’s head be examined, suggesting that the Winners Chapel Founder has not contributed anything to Nigeria.

Recall that Oyedepo had told his members that Buhari’s government was the worst in Nigeria’s history and a curse to the nation.

Addressing his members during Sunday service, Oyedepo had further stated that Buhari’s days were numbered because the current government has no direction for Nigeria as a whole.

Related: Bishop Oyedepo Describes Buhari’s Govt As Most Wicked in Nigeria’s History

Reacting, Nabena maintained that the General Overseer of Living Faith Church has no right to make such remarks.

According to Nabena: “What has he contributed to Nigeria? Oyedepo has no right to crucify or tell anybody that their time has come to an end.

“He has no right, he should examine his own head what has he given back to the community. Despite the billions of naira and dollars, Nigerians have contributed through offerings to him what has he given back to the community?

“What has he contributed to the country? So he is not in a position to tell Nigerians what to do because they voted for Buhari so he has no right.

Bishop Oyedepo’s Living Faith Church has employed over 30,000 Nigerians and runs 2 universities including Covenant University, rated the best in Nigeria and West Africa as well as fourth in Africa.Landmark University, the second university of the Church is the highest scholarship grant private university in Nigeria.

Bishop Oyedepo is a mentor to millions across all strata of the public and private sector.


  1. Am not surprised this stupidity is credited to APC. I dont expect better from a party with the highest concentration of morons


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