HERDSMEN: GOD ALMIGHTY WILL TAKE VENGEANCE ON BEHALF OF THE VICTIMS – PROPHET DAVID - Soul 2 Soul Mates Blog

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7/30/2018

HERDSMEN: GOD ALMIGHTY WILL TAKE VENGEANCE ON BEHALF OF THE VICTIMS – PROPHET DAVID


President of the Calvary Faith Evangelical Ministries International (CFEM), Prophet David Olorunleke, has expressed confidence that if the Federal Government fails to arrest and prosecute those responsible for the killings of villagers in the country, God Almighty will take vengeance for the victims.

Olorunleke noted that Government and security agents should make frantic efforts to arrest and publicly prosecute those who have been arrested in connection with the killings in Plateau and other parts of the country to create confidence in the present government.

The CFEM President disclosed this when he donated relief materials to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp at Geo-Sciences Anguldi, Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.

He said, “We are here to sympathize with you and condole with those who lost their loved ones as a result of the gory attacks on rural communities of Plateau State.

“I have confidence that if the Federal Government fails to arrest and prosecute those behind the killings and their sponsors, God Almighty will take vengeance on behalf of the victims.

“I know that some of you were badly injured and many were brutally killed and roasted. I want you to take solace in God, and I pray that He will give you quick recovery and grant you the fortitude to bear the loss.”

He urged the survivors to take advantage of what has happened to them to draw close to God as He has the ability to take vengeance at the time He wishes.

Olorunleke described the condition of the IDPs as pathetic and urged Plateau State Government in collaboration with the Federal Government to make speedy effort in resettling the displaced persons to their ancestral homes.

Andrew Dalyop, who received the materials on behalf of the Camp, appreciated the Church and sought prayers for the victims who are mostly children, women and the aged.

Dalyop said the camp still lacks basic facilities for human comfort as some of the IDPs still don’t have mattresses to sleep, any toilets and sufficient food.

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