Nobody Can Take Over My Church Through CAMA- Primate Ayodele
Primate Elijah Ayodele has strongly opposed the new CAMA law, saying that nobody can take over his church.
The founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Oke-Afa, Ejigbo Lagos, Primate Elijah Ayodele, spoke against the new Company and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) that seeks to appoint trustees over religious organizations.
The cleric said that there would be heavenly protests in the case such happens, asking if the church is an APC or PDP secretariat.
The man of God said he’s ready to fast and go into spiritual warfare if anybody brings the rule to him.
The clergyman said that nobody can appoint anybody over the church he invested his blood, sweat, and money on. Primate Ayodele said that even if it is possible with the so-called other rich churches, it cannot happen with his.
He added that the person that would make such a move on his church has never been born as he pounded on his chest as a mark of confidence in what he said.
The man of God said that a prophecy had earlier gone out in the year that said that the government would want to test the church as he added that the new CAMA is a joke and dead on arrival.
Ayodele said he respects Bishop David Oyedepo of Winners Chapel for always being an outspoken man of God, referring to how he openly kicked against the new rule.
He added that if what the government insists on implementing the plan, there will be holy protests, saying heavenly bombs that could deafen will fall on anybody who tries it. “I am not a politician; there is a way to invoke holy protests on such government. They will collapse. Let them not try it… Government is trying impossibility and they are trying to test God…. it’s not possible. Nobody can come and take over my church”
The cleric said that the 10 plagues in the bible will be a joke to what would happen to any government who wants to take over his church, adding that there would be 1,000 plagues.
He said that such a law is possible in America does mean the same will be obtainable in the country, saying he is ready to fast for 10,000 years to kick against it.