No Devil Can Stop Us From Preaching in Kaduna State – Pastor Challenges El-Rufai
The General Overseer (GO) of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Dr. Paul Enenche, has thrown a further challenge to Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-rufai as he said no law can stop him or any other person from preaching in the state.
He made the proclamation on Sunday while speaking during a programme tagged ‘Apostolic Invasion in Kaduna State’, the senior pastor said despite the government ban, he can preach in any part of the state including the stadium.
He further added that since the devil is not in charge of the state, he cannot stop anyone from preaching in the state.
He said: “On my way here, I discovered that some persons were sitting in the staircase.
The whole place is filled up. I think this kind of thing should be happening in the stadium.
“Don’t worry, no devil can stop us from preaching in Kaduna State. They’ve not born the devil. We are in charge and no devil can stop us from carrying out our assignment.”
It would be recalled that Governor Nasir El-rufai had in the early part of the year signed a the anti-preaching bill into law which forced the founder of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman to say that his days are numbered.
Suleman had said: “It could be. Early this year, the Lord revealed the persecution of the Church from government and this has taken off from Kaduna State. I don’t have personal issues with any governor but I think there are better things for the governor to do in the state instead of fighting Christianity through the law banning the public use of speaker, issuing licence, etc, which are against divine order and the Constitution that is supreme to the laws of any state.”
Suleman had warned El-rufai and said: “His days are numbered.” He further added: “That means he is going against the nation.
He is going against the constitution. The Herod said he did it in Abuja and nothing happened.
He entered a Christian community in Kaduna and demolished the place and nothing happened. If I be a man of God, the Herod of Kaduna will die.”