Sunday, 7 May 2017

Sunday Sermon: Go for a Renewal + Why Corruption reigns in Nigeria’s polity


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Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, Shepherd CCC, Elisha Parish, Europe & Nigeria

“It is through the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed because His compassion fail not. They are new every morning. Great is thy faithfulness”. “Lam. 3:22 – 23.
Though, he was an eye-witness of the tragic devastation of Jerusalem, Jeremiah while lamenting the misfortune of his nation, still exuded a strong confidence in God. He knew somewhere in his heart that God would one day restore His people. He described God’s mercy and compassion as something that is renewed daily for His children’s use (Lam. 3:19-26).

His exposition give us insight into what a believer is entitled to every day. Since Christ told the Apostles to ask God for their daily up keep, it simply means that we can ask and enjoy God’s mercies every day. It also mean that yesterday’s mercy cannot be sufficient for today’s demand. No wonder when we sometimes go to bed feeling sad and limited, our spirits are enlivened when we wake up the next morning. David must have had such an experience when he said; “I lay down and slept; I awoke; for the Lord sustained me”. Ps.3:5.
Go for a Renewal
Are you sad and lonely at the moment? Ask for a new mercy. Are you depressed and afraid? Ask for a fresh compassion from God. By the time you are enveloped with a new dew of grace, there will be no room again for regrets in your entire. Life.
“And the Lord speak unto the fish, and it vomited out Jonah upon the dry land”. Jonah 2:10
Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan and his interpreter
If you want God’s intervention in you life, why don’t you pick up your shirt on every 3rd Friday of every month to see the prophet for any challenges you might be passing through and you will know there is still prophets as of the old.

The Three arms of Government
The Three arms of government are Legislative, Executive and Judiciary.

Buhari & Saraki
The legislative:The Legislative is sick and it is revealed that Nigeria practice the most expensive democracy in the World. Prov. 16, 17, 19
The phenomenon at the National Assembly and House of Representative is not encouraging despite the fact that they are been paid to represent the masses but they are not, only to fight and throw chairs at one another.
·        For seventeen years of Democracy in Nigeria, the Legislative have not been able to write and put into law a standard Constitution to govern the nation but still amending the 1999 Constitution written by the Military through Decree in favour of the Generals not the populace.
Senate President Bukola Saraki
·        For not having standard Constitution to govern the nations shows that the Senators and Members of the Representatives are walking corpses. 
·        They should include this into the law of the country that “anyone that wants to go to Saudi Arabia or Jerusalem for pilgrimage should go with his or her money not to be sponsored by Government with tax payers’ money”. Government workers go to Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem with concubine to commit adultery, fornication and other immoral act in the name of Hajj or Jerusalem, wasting government money and come back with the title of Alhaji and JP. Prov. 16, 17, 19:23.
·        Despite the level of recession in the country, the senators and honorables collect their salaries and allowances without passing a single bill into Law that can revive the nation from recession. They are not thinking of the welfare of the masses because they do not have the fear the Lord Almighty. Prov.19:23
·        The upper and lower houses need to come together to write a standard constitution for the nation.
·        The Legislature should make the law of single term of five-year in office for elected office holders, starting from the regime of President Buhari.
President Buhari with Senate President Saraki
·         Let each state seek for money to finance and manage their liabilities and the welfare of the people.
·        You need to publish the names of fraudsters and looters within and outside the country to the public. Jer.2:23-end, Jer.8:18, Ps.109, 139, Isa.55, Jer.33, Ps.38.
·        There should be decentralization of Power among the states where each can decide on the growth and development of the states.
·        Some members of the senate and House of Representative are fraudsters, looters, criminals who have robbed their states, local governments of their basic rights and never care about the masses.

The Executive…
President Buhari with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
 
·        Police, Army, Air force and other forces in the country are inside the pit for they have no impact on the society.
·        Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo said Nigeria Armed Forces should be taken to the bush for farming, for they have nothing to offer than war but Nigerians kicked against his idea then. When we are not at war, what are their usefulness?
·        Support the Creations of State Police, County Police, Street, Market Police etc to regulate and enforce law and order.. II Pet.3, Jer.8:20-end, Rev.3, I Pet.4, Dan.4, Eze 13, Hosea 8:4-10, Ps. 109, 34, 23, 127, 121, Exo.14, 12, 10.
·        Discourage Police officers from giving ammunitions to armed robbers so that the citizens can live without fear.
President Buhari
·        Robbers, kidnappers and assassins cannot have access to ammunitions except through officers or politicians. Therefore Nigeria Forces must investigate their officers thoroughly to curb these acts.
·        Set up more Police Academy to train and recruit sound minded and reputable officers who will represent the country well.
·        The executive should allow the Obas, Chief, Obis, Emirs to recruit people into the vigilance groups in their areas because it will be easy for them to identify individuals involved in any robbery attack in their areas; they can easily spot strange faces and they also know their own children. This is unlike bringing different tribe or people from different location to a particular environment for protection.   

The Judiciary…
Attorney General Malami
·        They are the genesis of the country's problems through prejudiced judgments.
·        Politicians who stole money were tried but not jailed, because they have bribed the Lawyers and Judges.
·        Some Judges need to be placed on voluntary or compulsory retirement.
·        The Judiciary is not helping the Government of the day.
·        Assuming the Judiciary is alive Atiku Abubakar, Olusegun Obasanjo, Dimeji Bankole, T.Y Danjuma, Abdulsalam Abubakar, Ibrahim Babangida, Raymond Dokpesi,  should have been jailed for their fraudulent acts but the reverse is the case. Num 23, Exo12:1-12, Exo. 14: 14-28, Act 5: 1-10, Judges 1: 6-7, 1Kings 21, 22, 2Chron 18, Prov 19: 23, Exo. 14-15.
Justice
·        Nigeria judges use diplomacy to cloak corrupt practices, for instance, when Oputa Panel was created, some dignities were untouchable.
·        Judges use tax payers’ money collected from politicians to buy luxury cars.
·        Obasanjo set up EFCC with good motives and after 2 years, he began to witch-hunt people. The Judiciary supported him being corrupt in herself.
·        Nigeria Judicial system is not interested in True Jurisdiction/judgment on minor cases, but interested in cases brought by Tinubu, Atiku and other Politicians in which they will be bribed heavily to enrich themselves.
·        Bukola Saraki has settled the Judges and SANs with huge amount of money for him not to be jailed.
The President & The Gang
·        Politicians brought physical cash in sack to Judges and Lawyers, to get right Judgment; but forgetting that, one day the truth will prevail.
·        Nigerians called Judges who stole tax payers’ money through bribes "My lord" although their hands are soaked with blood and are involved in other atrocities. They cannot be "My lord" because there is no dignity in their profession. Num 23, Prov16,17,18, 1peter3,4.
·        Prof Osibajo being a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) and a Lawyer cannot straighten the judiciary system as President Buhari thought during their campaign because he had also been bribed when he was a Judge in Lagos, also as the legal adviser of Action Congress before it was renamed APC.
·         He cannot talk to the President about the conflict between the President and Tinubu because his ambition of becoming the President one day.
·        The judiciary is unable to jail anyone involved in the issue of Ammunition money siphoned through Dasuki, because most of them have been bribed.
·        Any politician who accepts to return any sum of money to the government admits that he/she is guilty of siphoning tax payers money; sucgh a person should be jailed and the money retrieved, but reverse is the case in Nigeria Judiciary system.
·        The President should jail as many Judges, Lawyers as possible, that are found guilty of corruption one way or the other.
·        The Executive and the Legislators should be using CCTV to monitor court proceedings to curb the issues of miscarried judgments.
·        The judiciary needs to be properly sanitized for the greatness and betterment of the country.
·        The Judges are always interested in themselves and their families not about the masses and proper justice.
·        The case between Olusegun Mimiko and Olusegun Agagu, need to be revisited and properly cross-checked.
·        If the Judiciary can work effectively between now and 2018, many Bank Managers will be jailed for misappropriation of funds.
The Lagos Cathedral
(The Sermon/message is delivered by Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, Shepherd-in-charge, Celestial Church of Christ, Elisha Parish, Nigeria. 1-5, Celestial Way, off Zawiyat Street, Abule Iroko, off Abeokuta Express Road by Ajegunle Bus Stop, Ajegunle-Lagos. Tell; +234-8097-861617, 080-5485-3828, 080-37171-730 and 080-57070-783. Dublin Address: 15, Station Street, Balbrigan Co. Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Phone: 009-35389960-9994, 009-3538-7669-6370, 009-3538-6103-3987. London; +447-96171-4893, +447-40542-6336)

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