The senior pastor of Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has said that politics is not over for him as he will be running for the office of president of Nigeria.
Speaking at the cross over service at The Church’s auditorium in Ogba, Lagos, on Monday morning, Bakare said it is a divine instruction as God has instructed him to return to politics.
He noted that God has not told him when or how he would be president but God said He would “work it out myself”
“I heard the Lord say to me, politics is not over for you, there is still one thing left for you to do; run for president,” Bakare told the church.
“And He said to me, I will work it out myself. I will make it happen in due course. Please trust me, I lie not in the Holy Ghost. This is not easy for me to share with you. I shared this with you, so that you can pray along with me,” he added.
The revered preacher said God has not told him the exact time, adding that the Lord said “I will make it happen in due course”.
Bakare was born November 11, 1954 in Ogun state, southwest, Nigeria. Two year after his birth, he lost his father and was primarily raised by his mother, Abigail Eebudola Bakare, who clocked 108 in 2016.
He attended Lisabi Grammar School, Abeokuta, before moving on to University of Lagos, to study law, at a time Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo was studying the same course at the same school.
According to Bakare, he had a vision of Obafemi Awolowo, premiere of the western region, in his very early years, which highlighted his assignment as a preacher and a voice in Nigeria.
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