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Is Goodluck Jonathan a Christian?

09 October 2014, 21:30 Pst. Ayuba H. Gabriel

I saw him performing pilgrim, I saw him without his usual hat on, praying in the church, even asking the Almighty God to bless our country Nigeria, but my heart still yearns to know whether he is a christian or not. The plight of Boko Haram and the Islamic fanatics are against Christianity, but he is silent.

They burnt many churches which include EYN's 5 District churches in Gwoza with not less than 20 local churches plus our Bible School. Also not less than 35 churches in Michika and our Bible School too. 3 District Churches in Madagali with not less than 19 Churches, as I a writing this article i dont know the where about of my parent because the church he is heading is burnt down.

Also Read: Torching the anointed

In 2011 the Christians in the North suffered from the post election violence, many churches were burnt and many casualties recorded in Biu. Now in Hawul almost all the churches are no more especially in Shaffa. The Bible urges us to rejoice with those rejoicing and mourn with those mourning, we are mourning but  my president is busy on the other part rallying and campaigning and rejoicing. The churches smoke are up to heaven but my president is busy planning for continuity. Many Churches are no more but no even single Kobo was recieved in the name of compensation.my people are in the bush homeless but my president is busy attending meetings home and abroad. The Bible urges us to expose the wicked but he is covering the wickeds. What is happening? My heart's cry is "My president is he trully and really a Christian?"

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