A Word to President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria

posted Jul 16, 2012, 9:45 AM by Dr Rex al Opusunju   [ updated Jul 16, 2012, 9:47 AM ]
Beloved President Goodluck Jonathan, 

History must not repeat itself.
 
If you fail...its your fault for there is no reason for you to fail. 

The President of Nigeria has enormous powers conferred 

on him by the constitution of Nigeria. 

Now is a defining moment for you. 

God has set you at the helm of authority at such a time as this 

to fulfill His divine purpose for Nigeria. 

He shall bless your efforts and protect you! Do not fear! 

The Aim of the Enemy 

The Aim of the wicked is to blackmail and discredit 

President Jonathan and make him look as a weakling

that is not capable of ruling Nigeria and holding it together. 

They want to create a high level of insecurity in the country 

that will threaten the unity of Nigeria. 

Its connected to the Quest of some unpatriotic northern leaders 

and other traitors from other parts of Nigeria to hold on to power

and remain relevant in the country. 

They want to distract and destabilize this present administration. 

If they can keep the president's focus on the bombs and side tract him

from pursuing his transformation agenda which will set Nigeria

on a new path...a clear cut from the old ways of doing things 

an important objective of this cabal will be realized. 

There is no doubt that there are very influential and powerful individuals

behind these bombings. 

They will sponsor anything that will 

discredit and destabilize this administration. 

They have every option on the table. 

They are not holding anything back even the assassination of the president. 

But they must fail totally by the power of God. 

This is divine revelation and not speculation. 

God continues to unmask their activities because He has

a plan for our nation and people that is bigger than these wicked men. 

President Jonathan must be full of courage at this moment. 

God bless and Keep Mr President Fit and Safe. 

God bless Nigeria!
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