Jaymikee carpets a twitter user who insisted that RCCG Members would have been actively campaigning if Osinbajo had won APC Presidential Primary

Gospel film editor Joshua Mike-Bamiloye a.k.a Jaymikee has carpet a twitter user who made an unpleasant statement noting that Redeemed Christian Church of God members have been silent since Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, a member of the church and Pastor lost at APC Primaries.

Few days ago, a twitter user identified with the ID @abrahamebomah had taken to his timeline to tweet that ever since the Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo who had wanted to serve as the President of Nigeria in 2023 was knocked out at APC Primaries by Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the RCCG members agitating for him went quiet.

In his words;
@abrahamebomah:If osinabjo has won the APC primaries Redeem would be active by now

Taking a swipe at @abrahamebomah, jaymikee retweeted his tweet with a quote noting that it has become a habit of the youths lately to share just anything to gain likes and retweets. He further revealed that @abrahamebomah was obviously loving the engagements he craved for on the tweet.

In Joshua Mike-Bamiloye’s word;
@jaymikee: What a lot of youths don’t realize is that you will give account of every baseless tweet you drop all for likes and retweets. I notice you’re enjoying the engagements but when it eventually dies down, what next? Let’s calm down and think on these things once in a while.

However, @abrahamebomah pushed his notion further by advising Jaymikee to always give his tweets and replies a deep review.

In @abrahamebomah’s words;
@abrahamebomah: Maybe next time before putting out statement think through and I’m saying it again if the VP had won the APC ticket redeem would be active argue but facts and signs are there.

Reaffirming that RCCG has never taken sides of political matters, Jaymikee replied @abrahamebomah insisting that RCCG prays for Nigeria to be great again in every of their gathers and has never taken a side with any political party.

In jaymikee’s words;
@jaymikee: You seem to be very bright, please, show us proof of your facts and signs. Rccg prays for a better Nigeria in EVERY of its major gatherings, and encourages people to vote, NEVER has it taken sides, but you won’t tweet about that. Enjoy your likes and retweets Chuka.

2023: Osinbajo loses chance to replace Buhari

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will not fly the All Progressives Congress flag in next year’s presidential election.

Mr Osinbajo, a professor of Law, was roundly beaten by his former mentor and political associate, Bola Tinubu, at the end of the party’s presidential primaries in Eagle Square, Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city.

Mr Tinubu, a former governor of Lagos State, scooped 1,271 delegate votes to emerge as the party’s candidate in next year’s presidential polls. Rotimi Amaechi, a former minister of transportation, polled 316 votes to come a distant second. Mr Osinbajo polled 235 votes to finish third.

A total of 2,322 ad-hoc delegates drawn from the 36 states and FCT participated in the primaries to elect the APC flag bearer.