Dr. Femi Lanre-Oke is the Presiding Pastor of Jesus Praise Evangelical Ministries Intl, Abuja. He has the divine mandate to raise end-time leaders. He is a philanthropist, an Industrialist, and a teacher of God’s Word. He spoke with Church Times’ Isaac Ngumah
There have been some mixed reactions to the recent elections in Nigeria. What is your own perspective on the election and the attendant reactions from the gladiators?
But Peter Obi has asked that the election be reversed. Do you see this happening?
Many people believe the government did not do enough to ensure a free and fair election. Do you agree?
But some are advocating interim government. Do you see a merit in this call?
Do you think decentralising the police will enhance our security?
Before the last election, the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria established the Directorate of Politics and Governance. Do you see the move as a good one?
There are people opposing the inauguration of the president-elect because they feel the election was fraudulent. Do you think this call makes any sense?
But do you see Nigeria farring better under a Tinubu Government?
There is the present challenge of sexual abuse and domestic violence even among Christians. What are you doing as a church to stem the tide?Our role is to educate the people and tell them what the word of God says about such lifestyle. We are to teach and give people direction and prayerfully guide them. We also urge the government to play the role of enforcing its laws on sexual abuse and domestic violence
Many churches are also being accused of occult practices and syncretism. How will you react to this?