Text of speech by Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare at the State of The Nation broadcast on Sunday, May 22, 2016…. “Ladies and gentlemen, as in times past, today’s lecture is “the voice of my conscience”. Now, to the lecture: The Courage to Do the Right Thing read more →

Speech by Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare at the public policy forum by Business Hallmark on Thursday, May 19, 2016. At Bankers’ House, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Theme: The Case For A New Nigeria. read more →

Championing The Cause Of A New Nigeria – Pastor Tunde Bakare Watch the video of the speech by Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare On The Occasion Of The 27th Anniversary Thanksgiving Service Of The Latter Rain Assembly, Lagos Nigeria read more →

Being video of speech by Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare at the State Of The Nation broadcast on Sunday 10th January, 2016. Theme; Roadmap To Successful Change read more →

Highlights of the presentation of “Strategic Intervention In Governance (SIIG) Vol. 1 a book by Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare on Friday, April 3, 2015. Venue: Banquet Hall, Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Ikeja, Lagos. read more →

Speech by Pastor ‘Tunde Bakare at The Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU). Courtesy of The Angola hall executives in conjunction with the OAU students’ union. Wednesday, January 28, 2015 read more →

A short interview on General Muhammadu Buhari’s sense of humour, tolerance and commitment to Nigeria. read more →

Book Signing of THE PROCLAMATION OF A NEW DAWN; Experiencing The Days Of Heaven On Earth by Pastor Tunde Bakare held Saturday 14th June, 2014 at the Banquet Hall, Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Lagos. read more →

At the maiden lecture of Centre for Change, the Convener, Save Nigeria Group; Pastor Tunde Bakare calls on Nigerians to rise up and rebuild the nation in this speech titled “At 53 Retrieving the Soul of a Country in Ruins” read more →

Pastor Bakare condemns the Senate’s resolution to uphold Section 29(4)b of the 1999 Constitution based on Senator Ahmad Yerima’s interpretation of the provision. This provision on renunciation of citizenship is Senator Yerima’s constitutional justification of his marriage to an Egyptian child. While defending the right of the girl child to education and a decent future,.. read more →