Archbishop Samson Benjamin, General Overseer Of Resurrection Praise Ministry also known as Jehovah Sharp Sharp has again protested against political office holders in Nigeria.
The cleric recently make news headlines after carrying a coffin on his head while warning the President Muhammadu Buhari of an impending doom.
In continuation of his message, Benjamin, on Sunday wore a sack cloth with his body painted in ashes, and took to the streets to warn the President and leaders of Nigeria against the anger of God.
The man of God warned that the leaders must turn away from their evil ways immediately or there will be great consequences.
He said that his sack cloth was an indication that only God can deliver Nigeria at this point because the situation of the country had gotten worse beyond the comprehension of men.
He said; “Last week I was carrying a coffin on my head, today I am on a sack cloth and this is because the present and current managers of Nigeria are people that don’t listen to advices, suggestions and contributions, infact they perceive you as anti-government when you contribute.
“This message is for the leadership from the president to the national assembly, to the federal house of representatives, to the governors, to the local government chairmen, the councilors and the appointees of the president that they should know that the country is already at a verge of serious confusion.
“You will agree with me that there have been agitations of breaking away here and there, they are a crack on the wall of our project Nigeria and our leaders seems not to know what to do.
“I had to put on a sack cloth, not only because I am doing what I am doing now, but as a servant of God, sack cloth means the situation is so bad that the only person who can intervene is the Lord God almighty.
“Nigeria needs redemption right now, except the leaders sit down and find a way to redeem Nigeria from this quagmire, the rod of the Lord is already on its way upon them, if they continue to toe this line, they are inviting the wrath of God.
“I am not on the side of the politician, I am not on the other side but I am on the side of God, what I am doing now has nothing to do with hatred for any person, God sent me and I am delivering this message to the leaders to do something or they will see more,” he said.
According to him, Nigerian leaders will not escape the anger of God because many of them believe they are untouchable and possess wealth.