Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN has condemned what it described as uncomplimentary remarks by some Nigerians on the health status of President BUHARI, which it said was not only embarrassing but also ungodly.
It also expressed displeasure that many Nigerians chose to make mockery of, or politicize the President’s health status, rather than seek the intervention of God.
This is just as a group, Organization for Global Youth Peace Empowerment and Development Initiative, called on the Senate to formally address Nigerians on the state of health of the President.
In a statement by its South-West Secretary, the group noted that the silence of the Nigerian Senate is uncalled for and dangerous for the nation’s democracy.
But the National President of PFN, FELIX OMOBUDE, in a statement by his media aide, RALPH OKHIRIA, stated that instead of playing God, Nigerians should recognize that President BUHARI is human, who needs sincere prayers to steer the ship of the nation afloat.