It certainly looks true, when people are faced with adversity and trials (most especially court trials) they remember their God.
From perusing the Facebook page of former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode since Friday, May 6, it is easy to discern that he is going through some hard times. He has called on God to rise and fight for him enough times.
Let’s take you through a timeline.
On Friday, May 6
4:40pm: Fani Kayode declared “Today the EFCC invited me to to come their office on monday. I have their letter. I agreed to be there. Now they have surrounded my house.
“The letter of invitation was served this morning and it was dated 6th May. They said I should report on the 9th.
“Can someone pl tell me why they are at my gate? They can’t even wait because they want to detain me so badly and keep me away for the weekend.
“I never refused their invitation. Why all this? I leave them to God.”
He also posted the letter of invitation.
7:16pm: The EFCC operatives called off their siege on Fani-Kayode’s residence.
He posted “After 8 hours the massive siege on my home has been lifted, the EFCC has left my gates and I look forward to my date with them at their office on Monday.”
On Saturday, May 7
5:29pm: Fani Kayode posted
On Monday, May 9
Presumably while he was preparing to visit the EFCC headquarters,
8:40am: He asked who can battle with the Lord? Nobody! He declared- not even the EFCC.
9:45am: Fani-Kayode arrives at EFCC office in Abuja.