Femi Fani-Kayode has described the Firms and Allied Issues Act, CAMA, as the best risk to Christendom within the historical past of Nigeria.
The legislation signed by President Muhammadu Buhari empowered a supervising minister to droop the Board of Trustees of a church and appoint new one in addition to droop the account of the church.
The Christian Affiliation of Nigeria, CAN, had rejected the Firms and Allied Issues Act, 2020, saying appointing a supervising minister to droop church trustees and appoint new one is Satanic.
Reacting to the event, Fani-Kayode mentioned these behind the CAMA legislation failed to grasp that the gate of hell shall not prevail in opposition to the church.
He mentioned it doesn’t matter what they do, Jesus remained Lord and the gospel shall proceed to flourish.
“Although the laws often called CAMA represents the best risk to Christendom in our historical past, these behind it fail to understand that the gates of hell SHALL NOT prevail in opposition to the Church.
“It doesn’t matter what they do, Jesus stays Lord & the gospel shall proceed to flourish,” he tweeted.