- Convicted murderer, Reverend King is reportedly running for the 2019 presidential elections
- Campaign posters of the pastor who is currently incarcerated, has been spotted on the streets of Lagos
- He was convicted on a six-count charge of attempted murder and murder in 2006
The General Overseer of Christian Praying Assembly,Reverend King, was arraigned on September 26, 2006 on a six-count charge of attempted murder and murder. He was later sentenced to prison and put on death row.
However, recent events show that the revered controversial clergyman may not be letting prison stop him from achieving his dreams of leading the people of Nigeria. Campaign posters of him have began to flood the streets of Lagos as seen on social media.
On the posters, it states that he is running for the 2019 presidential elections. According to a Brazil-based church leader, Rt Rev Ernest King, many Nigerians have been going to the prison in Sokoto to mount pressure on Rev King to contest and deliver the country
According to a report by Newsmakers in February (during Rev. King’s birthday celebration), Ernest King said:
“This is the man that has solution for Nigeria. He prophesied about Nigeria’s case 18 years ago, that the country will come to a stage where there will be no solution. He said that he would be somewhere resting and they would bring the issue of Nigeria to him for him to solve for them.
That was how they went to the prison about two months ago pleading that he should come and take over Nigeria. He had prophesied this 18 years ago.If Rev King should be allowed to handle Nigeria under 5 years, Nigeria will be one of the best countries in the world.
This is the man that has solution to every problem on Earth, but Nigerians don’t know what God gave them. The wicked and occult people want to kill him, but it’s impossible. As he told them in the Court on that day, there’s no rope on Earth that can enter Rev King’s head.”
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Reverend King was sentence to death by hanging in 2007 by Justice Joseph Oyewole at a Lagos High Court tried for murder of a church member, Ann Uzoh.
The judgement was upheld by the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division and finally affirmed by Justice Sylvester Ngwuta of the Supreme Court in 2016.
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