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Monday, February 4, 2013

Quote of the Day: Pastor Tunde Bakare

“Nigeria needs total cleansing. We need what happens in Ghana to happen in Nigeria to send a shock wave to the corrupt people in the country. The corrupt people will think of the grave consequences of their actions before they embark on corruption. The entire system is rotten. We need more than overhaul of the system. We need a constitution from the people; the one that is not imposed on them.”

41 comments:

  1. THIS man neds deliverance. Will someone send him to T B Joshua please before it is too late. Iam begging

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    1. u must be a big fool

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  2. Tell dem Pastor B. Omo eku! You are a true son of your father. OWON OLE

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  3. Laduns biggest fan04 February, 2013 21:55

    If this cleansing ever happens, they will come for you too!

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    1. Please,how so? Can you elucidate? It's obvious,your statement was not well thought out!

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    2. Laduns biggest fan05 February, 2013 21:07

      It's a no brainer. If you don't understand what I posted, I cannot help you. Think deeply, I did!

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    3. If it's a 'no brainer' like you said,it ought to be obvious to everyone. Well...it's not! Methinks,you are just trying to find a way of chickening out of explaining yourself!

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    4. Laduns biggest fan06 February, 2013 18:24

      Chickening out? Never. I like people to engage their brains. If you are a toddler and you want me to interpret it to you in a toddler's way of understanding, then let me know and I'll do it!

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    5. Yes,please do! I think I have made it quite clear from the onset that I couldn't think of any reason why you would reach that conclusion about pastor Tunde Bakare . So,no more "think deep" phrases from you. Please, do educate me on this.

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    6. d fact is that u are not articulate.

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  4. This man no send @ all.. Pastor Tunde, take am easy oo...

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  5. Pls abeg, what happened to Ghana?

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    1. General JJ Rawlings came as a Lieutenant in the army, and wiped out all the corrupt leaders in Ghana. They now started afresh. Thats why Ghana is ahead of us. There is sanity there now.

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    2. kai read your history books.

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    3. Lol... Sanity

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    4. As in they killed them ehn. We need it naija .

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    5. Yes o. Going back 2 decades, wipe them out. "But who will go for us?"

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  6. O ga ooo. Cancer and other diseases don dey kill dem already but Pastor Tunde wetin u dey preach fr ur church. God no like violence or bloodshed oooo

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    1. ow can u be so foolish. so that is ow u promote corruption in ur church

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  7. He is making a lot of sense...Government officials are looting us because they feel we can not do anything.they steal without fear.NIGERIANS SHOULD WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Na today? The level corruption has reached, another group of corrupt officials will rise up again and continue after the old ones have been executed. We the younger generation need to tell ourselves the truth. We generally are selfish and haters. It's not by killing. After all, with the way armed robbers are jailed, lynched, killed, people still continue to go into armed robbery. Everyone believes the one who was caught was not smart or lucky enough....

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  8. Wetin do your hand? Cleanse you no sabi cleanse?

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  9. really admire the man's guts and convictions and fearlessness i believe he is waking up and smelling the coffee and seeing the real nature of politicians i see him backing away from full on buhari/cpc support unlike this time last year if he had continued blindly supporting and endorsing all their actions in no time they would have morally implicated him and his hard earned reputation..
    we dont have a messiah yet in nigeria both el rufai ,buhari and their mouthpiece omojuwa and co are no different from gej and reno,abati they are all fighting for their future and pockets not nigeria's and i totally support wiping all of them away

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    1. bakare has hard earned reputation..lol i laugh in syrian

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    2. well if he doesn't can you show me anyone who does in nig

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    3. http://247ureports.com/el-rufai-tweet-tunde-bakare-is-a-confused-man-can/

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    4. and this is your justification?
      i suggest you read bakare's complete sermon then compare it to the devisive stance CAN is advocating…so it should be a we against them?in corinthians when we are enjoined to obey love as the ultimate commandment they didn't read that?
      did oritsejafor not have a fight with idahosa before he left to set up his own ministry

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  10. I have never seen Tunde Bakare as a man of God and i will never see him as a man of God. How can a supposed man of God be running his mouth like a Taliban... A big shame Bakare. Even the politicians you are politicking with are more deadly than the politicians you are opposing. I pity your church followers. Change your ways.

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  11. They will sure come 4 u too cos u r part of dem,buh serzly its actually true o.Pple like Obj,Ibb,atiku,Buhari and all oda corrupt leaders burnt in one room!

    God save Nigeria#Bless.

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  12. I am with the Pastor on this 100%; We need to clear the system jst like they did in Ghana.We need a better place for our children-the next generation. Just wonder if it can happen.(MeMe)

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  13. I support Pastor all the way. Please include Anenih, Clark,etc

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  14. Bakare is going crazy, I wonder what their kind of government will be like if it eventually happens. It will be violence, man slaughter all Tʰᵉ way. I am beginning to think he is more of a muslim than a christian. Mad man

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    1. u should begin to imagine ow foolish n senseless u are

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  15. The only pastor that speaks the truth in Nigeria!!!And are you guys blind?Did he mention that there must be bloodshed?He said cleansing!

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    1. Laduns biggest fan05 February, 2013 21:11

      How can you cleanse without bloodshed in a developing country? It's your comment that isn't well thought out. Now, he mentioned Ghana. If you don't know what happened in Ghana, do some research. Do you know what a constitution from the people means? Again, I cannot help you if you don't know what it means. Think deeply, sheeple.

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  16. This man is a Pathetic scumbag!

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  17. Except we come to act in accordance to what this pastor has said, the corrupt leaders we continue to enslave us. it is unfortunate that the so-called religious leaders who are to be our helpers, had betrayed us by collecting money from Presidents, Governors, ministers, etc endorsing them saying 'is God that sent them'. After they have collected money from them, how will they not be saying that.
    Though Nigerians are genarally stupid. These corrupt leaders should be wiped out at the government, religious, political levels. Including corrupt Obas.

    Though, we have non-leaders (followers) who are more corrupt than the most politicians, militaries and cabal. However, these ones should be confronted by individuals in our neighborhoods and we should not move away from fighting agaist the corrupt leaders and the cabal.

    This Pastor has been an out-standing pastor. His attitude shows that he was really sent by God unlike the self-acclaimed men of God.

    May God give you long live.

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  18. If madness gives such lucidity, God make us mad, make us more mad!

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