Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Chapel International has warned President Muhammadu Buhari against the implementation of the Company and Allied Matters Act (CAMA).
He had said that such a law only seeks to derail the church which is Gods greatest asset in Nigeria.
He made all these remarks during his Sunday service.
“The church is God’s heritage on earth. Molest the wife of somebody and you will see the anger of that person. The church is the bride of Christ. You know how a strong man is when you tamper with his wife. The church is the body of Christ. We are under obligation to give warnings to wicked rulers so we could be free from their blood. I know that it is the prosperity of the church that is making them jealous,” he said.
“This is a secular nation. The church is the greatest asset of God in this country. Please be warned. Anybody that is in this deal is taking poison. This will never work.”
The cleric went on to say that it was only in Africa that people who are over 80 years still struggle to become President.
The CAMA law signed on August 7 by President Buhari, stipulates that religious bodies (churches and mosques) as well as charity organisations, will be strictly regulated by the Registrar-General of Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and a supervising minister.