Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) in London Matthew Ashimolowo has averred that he was among those who signed a petition in the United Kingdom against the Federal Government over its handling of the #EndSARS demonstrations.
“If they want to get me, let them get me, I am one of the people that signed the petition in London on #EndSARS protest and the Parliament will start hearing this week and if found guilty, Nigeria might be sanctioned,” Ashimolowo said during a recent appearance at his church in Maryland, Lagos.
“But the youth must arise and not expect things to be done. Do not chase after money, chase your purpose, everything will follow suit,” Ashimolowo continued.
On the effect of the coronavirus in Nigeria, Ashimolowo said: “Nigeria I hail o, coronavirus dey fear una, people dey catch am everywhere but una strong o.”
Matthew Ashimolowo has been the Senior Pastor of KICC since 1992. He has a dynamic gifting to combine his calling as a Pastor and teacher, with the roles of mentor, businessman and spiritual father.
During more than 30 years in the ministry, Pastor Matthew has given countless people the spiritual and practical foundation on which to successfully build their lives. An inspiring visionary, Pastor Matthew launched the UK’s first church-owned television channel, KICC TV, and his television and radio ministry Winning Ways is a source of inspiration and deliverance for the millions it reaches across the globe.