Watch the Watcher: A Book of Remembrance of Obasanjo Years By Yinka Odumakin

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On March 7,1999, following the election of General Olusegun Obasanjo as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Pastor Tunde Bakare in a message titled. "No More Walls" shared the vision he saw with the entire nation:

Rejoice not oh land, or your joy will be temporary. For I am bringing the nation, Nigeria, the rulers, the priests and the prophets there, to my threshing floor. I will judge Saul and his comrades, and after I have finished my purging, then I will restore to you permanent joy. Obasanjo is not your messiah. He is King Agag and the prophetic axe will fall upon his head before May 29. And I asked. "Lord. How are you going to judge Saul and what has be done?" God said, "I sent him on an assignment to overtake, to recover, to demolish but he didn't. He spared the fat calves, he spared the big sheep and he brought Agag back to Jerusalem. I will judge Saul and his comrades and after I have finished my purging, then your joy will be permanent.

Pastor Bakare followed up later in a message entitled. 'Nigeria, A Nation Given To A Lying Propaganda," with a stern warning that three things would characterize Obasanjo's regime:

•    The family situation in Nigeria will collapse.

•    Just like in the days of Ahab. there will be economic crimes perpetrated more than ever before.

•    The occult movement will gain momentum that it will almost become impossible to stop it.

We are living witnesses that everything stated in Pastor Bakare's messages came to pass during Obasanjo's regime. Family life collapsed during Obasanjo's regime to the point that his own son accused him of sleeping with his wife. Under Obasanjo's watch. Transparency International (Tl) voted Nigeria as the most corrupt country in the world. The level of blood- letting under his regime remains unparalleled in Nigeria's history, save the civil war years and Boko Haram killings.

The author, Yinka Odumakin, is a political activist, journalist, and a media consultant. He has been on the Nigerian political scene for about three decades. He is married to the Civil Rights Campaigner, Dr Joe-Okei Odumakin.

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