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May 29: Only God can stop Tinubu from being president – Pastor

A Nigerian pastor has said that no person or institution on earth can stop president-elect, Bola Tinubu from being sworn-in on May 29.

He said that God made a promise to the former governor of Lagos state 25 years ago that He will make him the president.

The clergyman who made the revelation during sermon in church, said even the electoral body, INEC cannot stop Tinubu from ascending to the highest office in Nigeria whether rigging occured during election or not.

He explained that it was Senator Remi Tinubu that took her husband to Redeemed Camp 25 years ago when he got the revelation that he will be president one day.

The cleric emphasised that only God can stop the president-elect from being confirmed as the president.

He also said that Tinubu’s wife, Remi knows certain priests she can visit to remind God about the promise to make her husband, the leader of Nigeria.

Watch him speak below:

Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, announced Tinubu’s victory in the early hours of Wednesday, February 29 at the National Collation Centre in Abuja.

“That Tinubu Bola Ahmed of the APC, having satisfied the requirement of the law, is hereby declared the winner and is returned elected,” Mahmood declared.

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that Tinubu said said his administration will eliminate corruption.

He gave assurance to Nigerians during a consultative forum with the Federation of Construction Industry in Nigeria, FOCI, in Abuja.

Tinubu said that asides from tackling the problem of corruption head-on, he would back the establishment of a construction bank.

The former Lagos governor further promised to adopt techniques that would end corrupt practices, attract, rather than scare away prospective investors.

Tinubu said; “We don’t want to scare away investors of today and tomorrow, but we promise you, we will eliminate corruption. Part of it is that we look at ourselves, too. Not just enforcement but to reduce the propensity for corruption.”