Methodist Prelate Assures Of Peaceful Handover Come May 29
Prelate of the Methodist Church Nigeria, His Eminence, Dr. Oliver Aba has allayed fears over inauguration of Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu as President on May 29.
He assured of peaceful handover to a new administration, stressing that nothing would happen before, during and after the swearing in ceremony.
Speaking at inauguration of the Methodist Diocese of Awka, Anambra State and enthronement of Rt. Rev. Moses Nwakamma as pioneer Bishop of Awka Diocese urged Nigerians to put behind all that happened during last general election and move forward.
He further warned Nigerians not to allow the nation experience current fate of Sudan and Kenya respectively.
He said: “Nothing would happen and nothing is going to happen. We Nigerians should be able to love our country. Are we happy with what is happening in Sudan and Kenya ?
“I left Kenya last week and last Friday the news told us that about 89 individuals were buried as an act of cultism or whatever which the Kenyan government is saying is that it is an act of terrorism but it has gone beyond ordinary cultism.
“Do you know that Nigeria is the hope of African continent. Other Nations in Africa call us their father and why must we not act like fathers to these Nations and so we must leave by example?