Olumba Caution Politicians, As BCS Set To Host ‘Divine Numbering Of The Elect’ In Calabar

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By Ogar Monday

His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu (OOO), the spiritual leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, BCS, have cautioned politicians in Nigeria to be “mindful of their actions,” as the country is the abode of God.

The admonition is coming as the church plans to host its six days “Divine Numbering of the Elect” event in Calabar, Cross River State.

The church said the event, which will be packed with more than 75,000 of its members from across the world, will feature the “restoration of the twelve powers of man, will renew man’s spiritual consciousness” and “will bring about the realization and actualization of man’s inner power for greater scientific and economic innovations.”

This was made known by Mr. Amah Williams, the BCS spokesman at a press conference held at the BCS headquarters in Calabar.

His words, “His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu, the King of kings and Lord of lords, through this press briefing is calling on all political leaders at all levels of governance in Nigeria to be mindful of their actions. Nigeria is the physical abode of God and a nation after God’s heart, therefore, all those fanning the embers of disunity, violence, and those who perpetrate corruption should know that the wrath of God shall soon come upon them.

“The tears and sufferings of ordinary citizens have risen to the Throne of God and no more shall God allow thieves and rubbers to swindle the collective wealth of this nation. He had said that after this event many things shall happen not just in Nigeria but in the entire world as the era of those who perpetrate wickedness has come to an end,” he said.

The spokesman added that the event signals trouble for “despotic leaders all over the world who turn the collective wealth of their people to their personal wealth and those who bully and oppress their people and cause pain and death amongst the children of God,” Amah added.

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