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Pastor Bakare Finally Hits President Buhari Over Herdsmen, Failed “Anti-Corruption” Administration

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Fiery preacher and serving overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare has finally come to public in condemnation of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, since his inauguration in May, 2015.

Pastor Bakare, who is known to be a loyal friend of the President, was fiercely critical of the former President, Goodluck Jonathan, but had curiously been silent about administration of the current President, Muhammadu Buhari, causing a suspicion that he was being careful not to affect his relationship with the reverred General.

Pastor Bakare, who was running mate to General Buhari during the time he ran on the platform of CPC in 2011, but lost in that election, finally found his voice again in the wake of unchecked killing by Fulani Herdsmen who are now spreading into more States of the country without with their alleged murderous acts.

Irked apparently by the silence of the Federal Government over the murderous activities of the Herdsmen; and also the failed Anti-Corruption drive in addition to the crumbling national Economy, Pastor Bakare released his salvo again in the same manner he did during administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

His criticism of President Buhari was at a nationwide broadcast at the Latter Rain Assembly, LRA, on Sunday January 14th, 2018.

He alleged that the Federal Government, due to the disturbing silence and lack of will to probe or act on the menace that has been constituted by Herdsmen over time, is complicit in the act. He condemned the defence accorded to the Herdsmen by authorities to bare guns and other weapons without license and in deliberate contravention of substantive laws guiding the use of weapons.

See video highlight of the address below:

Credit: ObjecTV Media

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1 thought on “Pastor Bakare Finally Hits President Buhari Over Herdsmen, Failed “Anti-Corruption” Administration”

  1. Margaret Olufunmilayo says:

    But what is the problems with these people, the man told you to vote for change and you voted for him ,is this not part of the change. They don’t have any say because they pushed us to the level we are today

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