by Lekan Olanrewaju
Bishop David Oyedepo, Pastor Tunde Bakare, Yinka Odumakin, Joe Igbokwe, and Abdullahii Kabir were recently profiled in a video on Sahara TV discussion issues on Nigeria’s unity.
In a message to his Sunday service church, the reverred bishop is heard insisting that Nigeria’s unity isn’t sacrosanct. Members at the service say the statement was made against the background of violence against Christians in the north.
“Marriage is not by force,” he said. “If the nation will break let it break.”
Pastor Tunde Bakare on the other hand said “My Standpoint is that we should create a Nation that works instead of calling for Nigeria to split”
“Nation Building is a daily dialogue,” said Yinka Odumakin “We need to convoke a Sovereign National Conference and discuss way forward.”
“We are better united but need to discuss the basis for our unity, we cannot continue to sacrifice the lives of our people,” said Joe Igbokwe.
Check out the video below