Aso Rock Chaplain Rejects Demons In Presidential Villa

Aso Rock Chaplain, Pastor Oluseyi Malomo, has described as a slap on Christians, news making the round that the Presidential Villa, in Abuja is infested with demons.

He said this shortly after he delivered a lecture at the Economic Empowerment Summit entitled: Empowerment for Wealth Creation, organised by.....

the Precious Cornerstone University (PCU) in conjunction with the Sword of the Spirit Ministries, held at the take-off campus of the university, Garden of Victory, Old Ife Road, Ibadan, at the weekend.

Former special adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, Dr. Reuben Abati, said recently that the Villa is filled with demons, and advocated its relocation. He also suggested that the present Villa be turned to a spiritual museum.

But, the State House chaplain said there was no need to relocate the Villa because Christians should use the powers given to them by God to cast out demons, and added that prayers have been instituted on the development and prayers are being taken from one church to the other over the matter.

Malomo noted that the presidential villa is the seat of power for the c
ountry, and anything that affects the Villa has affected the whole of the country.

He added that spiritual attacks on the Villa could translate to a situation whereby government could evolve a wrong policy.

He, however, appealed to Nigerians to pray for the leadership of the country for God to guide them.
Malomo and other speakers at the summit, including the President and Chief Executive Officer of Integrated Catering Company Limited, owner of the brand name ‘The Promise’, Mr Oluwatoyin Alabi; and pioneer Vice Chancellor, Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, Prof (Mrs) Sidi Osho, who is the founder of Sidi Osho Foundation, highlighted various business opportunities, how to start and grow businesses as well as the place of God in running a prosperous business.

Founder of the Sword of the Spirit Ministries, Bishop Wale Oke, said Precious Cornerstone University was birthed in November 2007 and the National University Commission (NUC), through its Standing Committee on Private Universities, has completed its assessment of the institution for take off.

“Having been satisfied with our state of readiness, all that is remaining is for public pronouncement to be made by the Federal Executive Council for us to collect our licence,” he said.

Oke stated further that the university “is taking off from the Garden of Victory, but has its permanent site along Ibadan-Lagos Expressway.

The land for the permanent site has a valid title in the name of the Sword of the Spirit Ministries, the owner of PCU. Few structures are already on the permanent site.

“Besides, a N200 million bank guarantee has been procured and submitted, as part of the requirements for granting of a licence.”