Friday, August 16, 2013

Cameroon's President Orders Pentecostal Churches Closed

Cameroon's President Paul Biya
Biya is using the military to permanently shut down all Pentecostal church denominations in the nation's capital, Yaounde, and the North West Regional capital, Bamenda, which have the largest Christian populations in Cameroon, citing criminal practices organized by Pentecostal pastors that threaten the security of the West African nation.

On Sunday, 11th. Aug., a 9-year-old Christian girl collapsed and died during a prayer session in Winners' Chapel, a Pentecostal church in Bamenda. The girl's mother, Mih Theresa, told CNN Wednesday that the pastor intended to cast out the numerous demons that were in control of her daughter's life.

"I want the government to stop these pastors who use mysterious powers to pull Christians and kill then for more powers. All my children have ran away from the Catholic Church in search for miracles, signs and wonders," she told CNN while holding back tears.
"We will get rid of all the so-called Christian Pentecostal pastors who misuse the name of Jesus Christ to fake miracles and kill citizens in their churches. They have outstretched their liberty," Mbu Anthony Lang, a government official in Bamenda, told CNN. Read it Here

As thing stand, only the Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist, Muslim, and a few other churches are authorized to practice religion in Cameroon.

But Pentecostal pastors said the move is evidence of Biya's insecurity about the churches' criticism of the government.

Is Cameroon's President Paul Biya an ANTICHRIST???