This came as a result of incessant attack on churches in the northern part of Nigeria by the sect.
During last Sunday’s service in Lagos, the cleric declared sudden death, calamity in the camp of the sect before the end of this month.
“This month ends their activities in the country and calamity will rain on their camp beginning from now,” he said.
The pastor added: “Any attempt to Islamise the country will surely fail.”
While wondering why the sect has been destroying only churches with no single mosque attacked by the sect, he said: “Enough is enough. Whoever is their sponsor, they should expect the wrath of God over them before the end of this month, except, I’m not called by God.”
He admonished Christians to start daily prayers on Boko Haram beginning from now and see what God would do before the end of the month.
It will be recalled that Winners Chapel was among the churches attacked last week by the Boko Haram sect in Bauchi.
Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati Wal-Jihad, better known by its Hausa name Boko Haram, is a jihadist terrorist organization based in the northeast of Nigeria. The group is known for attacking Christian churches.
The group first became known internationally following sectarian violence in Nigeria in July 2009, which left over 1000 people dead. They do not have a clear structure or evident chain of command. Moreover, it is still a matter of debate whether Boko Haram has links to terror outfits outside Nigeria and its fighters have frequently clashed with Nigeria’s central government.