Pastor Tunde Bakare Says Mohbad Reaped Reward For Associating With Evil Men

Pastor Tunde Bakare Says Mohbad Reaped Reward For Associating With Evil Men

Fawaz Adebisi


During his sermon in Leicester, United Kingdom, at the 2nd-year anniversary of The Envoy Nation, Pastor Tunde Bakare, the Serving Overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, addressed the tragic story of the Nigerian artiste Mohbad, whose life was cut short at the age of 27.

Bakare emphasized that Mohbad’s association with individuals involved in nefarious activities ultimately led to his untimely demise.

Speaking on the theme of ‘Harvest,’ Bakare recounted, “My wife and I listened to a tape last night on MohBad. How many of you know MohBad? The Nigerian artiste who died at 27? MohBad.”

He went on to highlight the consequences of Mohbad’s lifestyle choices, stating, “When he was drinking and smoking and associating with evil men, he did not know that the harvest would come so soon and that he would soon be cut down in the prime of his youth.”

Bakare made it clear that he wasn’t assigning blame but rather imparting a lesson.

He questioned the significance of the name “MohBad,” remarking, “Is MohBad a good name? Moh Bad.”

He also shared the cautionary tale of another individual named Eshu, whose nickname associated him with the devil.

Eshu’s recklessness eventually resulted in a tragic car accident, leading him to exclaim, “Mee Sheshu Mee Shushu” (I am not the devil) when he faced the consequences of his actions.


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