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Sunday, 19 April 2015

UNITED KINGDOM ELECTION: UK Prime Minister David Cameron goes to Pastor Adeboye for prayers as he prepares for UK elections

The UK general election will be held May 7th. Current UK Prime Minister David Cameron of the Conservative Party is up against Ed Miliband of Labour Party & Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrat. Cameron must be feeling the pressure of the election because he went to RCCG event in the UK last night to be prayed for by pastor E.A Adeboye. When did Cameron become so religious? And when has he ever gone to a black church? Or he's just looking for black votes? Lol. 

He is a British politician who has served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 2010 and as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Witney since 2001.] He has been Leader of the Conservative Party since 2005. 
However, David Cameron has told the BBC he will not serve a third term as prime minister if the Conservatives remain in government after the general election.
The PM said if re-elected he would serve the full five years of another Parliament and then leave Number 10.

Credit: LIB, BBC & UK Mirror.

Headlines Edited by: ENDY EDESON.

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Itodo Michael

He should concentrate on serving his pple ryt nt vistin prayer houz here nd there. He should seek President Jonathan advice.

Endy Edeson

@michael; i think there is more to this visit than the prayer thing

Itodo Michael

Ok o. I wish him luck

Godwin Osa-osagie

Andy Bison. Thinking far.

Johnpaul Ogbonna

I believe he came to get our votes. I was there. He was received with a rousing cheers. He knows he is not loved by majority of blacks African who perceive his string immigration rules as w wicked act to send us back them back to their countries. Nevertheless, I was moved by his speech.

Eze Solomon Emeka

Most politicians only remember churches when It's time for election.... well Christ said anyone who comes to me, I will in no wise cast away. He's welcome.

Ayeni Ola Peters

I think is good step in a right direction GMB did that and God give him his desire

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