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I did not endorse Atiku for 2019 – Bishop Oyedepo.

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Bishop David Oyedepo said contrary to rumour, he has not endorsed anyone for 2019 presidency election
Oyedepo said he visited former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s house because he was invited to broker peace between him and Abubakar Atiku
Oyedepo also lamented the spate of killings in Nigeria
The founder and presiding bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedpo, has debunked rumour that he endorsed the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, for 2019 presidential election.
Oyedepo who spoke at a Sunday church service in Canaan Land Ota, Ogun state, said he does not belong to any political party.
The bishop, while speaking on why he and other religious leaders visited former President Olusegun Obasanjo recently, said he was invited to make peace between the former president and Atiku Abubakar.
He said: “I am aware Winners are in every political party in Nigeria but I don’t belong to any party. I was only invited to make peace. I don’t force myself on people because I am too busy.”
While lamenting on the killings in the country, Oyedepo said: “The recent killings in Plateau state ýis a moral assault on our nation. Nobody is qualified to be morally right, if he does not have feelings for loss of lives. I know how many times I cried over the killings in Nigeria. Some people claimed responsibility and nothing happened to them.
“The effect of the 30 months civil war is still with us. We won’t see war again in Nigeria. Those who want to see it, will be cut down.”

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