Pastor travels to UK two weeks after prophesying that ‘Nigeria will be great’

A Nigerian pastor who declared that the country will be great again, has reportedly traveled abroad, just weeks later.

This was made known by a young man @iam_ksmith on Twitter, who revealed that the announcement was made in church during service.

He said the cleric prophesied that Nigeria will achieve its potentials of being great, but he used student visa to travel to the United Kingdom two weeks after his declaration.

Smith said that they never knew the pastor is no longer in the country and it was when they went to church over the weekend that they were informed.

He wrote; ”2 weeks ago my friend’s pastor preached about Nigeria being great again. Yesterday it was announced during service that the pastor has traveled to the UK with a Student VISA 2 days ago. Life!!!”

Netizens found it hilarious and shared their thoughts in the comment section.

@999Timi_; 😂he doesn’t need to be in the country for it to be great

@winnie_Ug6; Somebody cannor do missionary work again in peace 😎

@Lisapearl47; It’s strictly missionary work I guess😂😂😂

@Kwintarget; Pastor don get admission 😭

@dannychuks24; Went to prepare for the great days ahead…… No reason am

Meanwhile, weeks ago, a Nigerian lecturer, Dr Oyedele, left his students hanging and wondering what to do next after he left the country.

He was also the project supervisor for some final year students, but he abandoned everything about his work in Nigeria.

The academician who works at a government-owned university said that he used the opportunity that ASUU strike provided, and secured travel documents

A man known as Muneer Yaqub took to Twitter to share a screenshot of the message the lecturer dropped for his students in their WhatsApp group.

Dr Oyedele said he would not be able to go through their projects and give final approval as he was no longer in the country. He revealed that he resigned his work to pursue other things in life.

”Good day to all of you. I have this important announcement to make. I will not be able to read and sign your projects when ASUU strike ends. I resigned last month to pursue other issues in my life.”

”I’ve left the country already. We shall meet later in the future”, he told them.

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