Fasoranti: Tunde Bakare Breaks Down In Tears, Reveals What He Did A Few Weeks Back

The general overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has spoken on the killing of Pa Reuben Fasoranti’s daughter, Mrs Funke Olakunrin. He had also revealed what he had done few weeks ago in connection with a faction of the Afenifere’s visit to Aso Rock.

Bakare, who broke down in tears on Sunday, lamented the murder of the Afenifere’s leader daughter.

This had occurred while delivering his Sunday sermon in his church in Lagos. Bakare showed his concern over how Nigeria had found itself in a predicament where the lives of people did not matter anymore even to the leaders, adding that with the latest killing, Nigeria’s ‘cup is full.’


The cleric specifically pointed accusing fingers at the political and security leaders in the country, saying both had been playing politics with the lives of the citizens through deliberate inaction.

“A few weeks ago here, I called the attention of the nation to the impostors who visited Aso Rock in the name of Afenifere leaders. Now you have killed the daughter of the real Afenifere leader, a 95-year-old man,” Bakare said while crying.

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“And you think God will overlook these things. Someone who had gone to see her father and returning to her station! I tell you, now, the cup is full.”

The cleric also revealed that security agencies had used different standards for different categories of people whose kinsmen were victims of criminals in the country.

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He said:

“The other day, the wife of the Governor of Central Bank (of Nigeria) was kidnapped; and within a few hours, they did not just rescue the woman, they also arrested those who perpetrated the crime.

“Now, the daughter of Pa Fasoranti has been killed, and we have been hearing only stories, nothing tangible has been achieved.

“If someone desires a thing so seriously and does not know the purpose for such a thing, when he gets it, he won’t achieve anything with it.”