Pastor Francis Mambu, who doubles as General Overseer of Faith Healing Bible Church yesterday said ‘more serious disasters hang over Sierra Leone as a nation.’
Pastor Mambu made this statement in an interview with Star TV at the scene of landslide at Mount Sugar Loaf.
He had warned that Sierra Leoneans should turn to God with sincerity, said “people are calling for seven days prayers and fasting,” but “if such isn’t done sincerely, God is definitely not going to answer to their call.”
His reference was taken from Psalm 127 in the Bible which states: “Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain,” which according to him, replicates happenings as has been observed over the years in the country.
The wise but straightforward Man of God stressed the need for people to turn from their evil ways, as such angers God, emphasized “the only hope for Sierra Leone is for all to turn back to God.”
Reference must be drawn to cautionary words as was previously made by Pastor Mambu during a National Crusade at the National Stadium where he said ‘most of our leaders have been involved in witch craft and that they need to turn from their evil ways, if Sierra Leone is to be redeemed.’
Of course, the President, Ernest Bai Koroma, was in attendance at the said Crusade, and was even asking people join him sing the song ‘HAVE FAITH IN GOD,’ on his lookout for God’s divine intervention, although such has not been accepted because the bible says: “faith without work is useless.”