President Buhari has spread poverty in Nigeria – Rev Obimma

– Rev Emmanuel Obimma has said the policies of the President Buhari have spread poverty across Nigeria

– The spiritual director of the Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry calls on the presidency to do something fast to save Nigerians going through hardship

– Rev Obimma says the Buhari’s administration has failed Nigerians

The spiritual director of the Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry, Uke, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obimma, has said the change in Nigeria now under President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration was not the change the people bargained for.

The cleric popularly known as Ebube Muonso, on Thursday, January 19, said before Buhari was voted in as president, the Holy Ghost revealed to him that Buhari will win the election, but that his reign would bring doom to Nigerians.

The cleric said the policies of the president have spread poverty across Nigeria, The Sun reports.

He said: “It is a known fact that our economy is simply bastardized. Nigerian economy is in shambles. I will like to use this medium to tell Buhari that Nigerians are crying. As priests of God, we are the people receiving feedback from the people. When things are getting so bad, we are the people they run to.”

He called on the presidency to do something fast to save Nigerians going through hardship.

“Go to hospitals, peoples are lying helplessly. Some Nigerians today cannot afford their house rents. There is hunger everywhere. People are dying. Buhari, people are dying in your hands” he yelled.

He said Buhari’s leadership is not the kind of change Nigerians need, insisting that Nigerians need good leadership.

The cleric called for fervent prayers and for change, saying the Buhari’s administration has failed Nigerians.

Meanwhile, a coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) under the aegis of Stand Up Nigeria (SUN) has blamed former President Goodluck Jonathan for the present hardship being experienced by Nigerians.

In a rally staged by the group tagged “One Million Man Rally for President Muhammadu Buhari” in Lagos on Thursday, January 19, the group insisted that all the problems the country is presently facing could have been averted if former President Jonathan’s administration had been proactive in the management of the country’s resources.

The group made this known in a statement signed by the South-West Coordinator of the group John Blessing.

The group also urged Nigerians to stand by President Buhari in his reforms.

He added that it was wrong of anybody to apportion blame on the president for the economic problems facing the country.

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