Who is Tunde Bakare?
Tunde Bakare is a Nigerian Prophetic-Apostolic pastor. He has received national and international attention for his televangelism, which has sometimes been critical of the Nigerian government. He was reportedly arrested in March 2002 after preaching sermons critical of then-president Olusegun Obasanjo.
Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare was born to a Muslim mother and a Muslim father, whom he did not grow up to know. His mother, Madam Abigail Eebudola Bakare raised him along with other siblings. Married to Mrs. Olayide Bakare in 1984, Pastor Bakare’s marriage has played a pivotal role in his life, career and ministry. "Mrs. B", as she is affectionately called by her husband, has been involved in ministry work all her adult life. First a co-pastor of The Latter Rain Assembly and presently a member of the board of trustees of the Church, Mrs Bakare has been instrumental to the growth and development of her husband’s ministry. Pastor and Mrs. Bakare have raised two girls and three boys in their twenty six years of marriage.
Tunde Bakare lives in the multi-million dollar estate called Sugar Loaf Estate in the high Brow community of Atlanta. He has appeared as a preacher on AIT television. The Nigerian presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, 31 January, announced Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Latter Rain Assembly, Lagos as his running mate for the 2011 Nigerian presidential election which he accepted. CPC lost the presidential election to PDP, and Pastor Bakare remains a fierce critic of the Nigerian government and leadership.
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