Threatens to take action adding “nobody can blackmail me”
Fiery preacher and critic Pastor Tunde Bakare ,has challenged Messrs Femi Fanikayode and Yinka Odumakin to feel free to expose or publish any secret or misdemeanor he is involved in saying failure to do so will incur actions to clear his image.
In a letter to the duo who recently said scathing things about his comments penultimate week on National leader of the All Progressives Congress(APC)wh he said should not be vilified for his roles in the political situations in the country,he challenged them to expose “his ugly past in the 90’s” which warranted his position on Tinubu.
Full statement below:
Good morning Yinka. Hope you are much better. I have just read Femi Fani-Kayode’s piece where he quoted you and others.
As he described you affectionately as his brother in the piece, I believe you are either companions or must be in the same league or camp.
I have only one appeal to make through you to him: Tell him to expose my supposed “ugly past of 1990″ he must know about and the shady deals involving some bank that just changed hands that involved me in any shape or manner.”
If Femi does not do so as soon as possible then he has published deliberate falsehood about me. I will await this publication soonest.
For the sake of Femi’s mother who I ministered Christ to in their Papa home while Femi himself was still in the grip of Satan, I will hold my peace for now.
My last word to you and to the likes of Femi is that 10,000 times 10,000 of Tinubu or any one for that matter has nothing on me to make me say the words I spoke for and against him either in the past or now.
No one in Nigeria or elsewhere in the world can blackmail me over anything done in the past to any one or with any one. If you or him or any other person know of any shady deal that I have done with any individual, corporation or government, please feel free to publish it.
As Charles Spurgeon said, “my whole life can be written on the sky and there will be no blemish all because of what Christ has done in my life.
I remain yours sincerely, the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus. See 2 Corinthians 5:21.
Yinka Odumakin I cannot thank you enough for reading this long epistle in your present state and for distributing same on your different platforms.