The Senior Pastor of the House on the Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, has advised members of his church to plan an escape route out of Nigeria.
The cleric gave the advise during his sermon on Sunday, saying his wife, Ifeanyi, was absent from the service because she was taking care of their itineraries out of the country.
He said, “I bring you greetings from Pastor Ifeanyi who is busy taking care of the frontier of our world and preparing our escape route.”
Continuing, Adefarasin said, “If you don’t have a plan B. I know you have faith, I have faith too but I have a plan B.
“With technology, I can speak to you from anywhere in the world.
“Get yourself a plan B. Whether that’s an Okada to Cameroon or a flying boat to Seme Border, a hole in the ground, a bunker as we call it. Just get yourself a plan B because these people are crazy. They are nutters, the whole bunch of them. And watch the signs because it can happen, just like this (snaps fingers).”
The cleric of the Lagos-based church had earlier criticised the 1999 Constitution, saying the genesis of Nigeria’s problem was the document.
“The foundation is that document and if the foundation is faulty, what can the righteous do? Go back to the foundation.
“The next administration must not access power until we have a veritable constitution that is truly the document of we the people,” Adefarasin had said.
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