- Former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has called for peace Christains in Nigeria
- The former minister also urged the founder of the House of God International Ministry Reverend Chris Okotie to desist from attacking Prophet T.B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of Nations
- Fani-Kayode said unity is needed in the church not division
A former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has urged the founder of the House of God International Ministry Reverend Chris Okotie to desist from attacking Prophet T.B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of Nations.
Fani-Kayode also called for unity in the church and among men of God.
The former minister's call followed Okotie's criticism on an recent relocation announcement made by T.B Joshua.
Recall that Joshua announced he was set relocate his church to Israel.
Joshua while speaking in his church on Sunday, May 30, disclosed he had just returned from the 'Holy land' after having series of meetings with three prominent Israeli mayors of Jerusalem, Tiberias and the Jordan Valley.
The former minister in an earlier said: “We will not allow T.B. Joshua to leave Nigeria and relocate to Israel. He is one of God’s end-time generals. We need him now more than ever. "
“It is almost over. The beast is dying.The flesh is rotting. The vultures are gathering. Yet even in death he revels in wickedness. FEAR GOD!”
However, this did not go well with Okotie who accused the prophet of seeking attention.
Okotie on his Facebook page wrote: “He is controlled by a malevolent misanthropic spirit."
“His hypocritical jeremiad should be ignored. He is just another frustrated shaman seeking public sympathy,” Okotie said.
But calling for a truce, in a tweet on Friday, May 5, morning, the former minister said: "Someone pl tell Kris Okotie to stop attacking TB Joshua?We need unity in the Church and not division.Our clerics MUST come together as one."
He explained to NAIJ.com that there is a need for all members of the church to unite as one body to form a formidable force against all challenges against them.
See Fani-Kayode's tweet below:
Watch this NAIJ.com video of man criticizing Nigerian leaders below: