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Nigeria at 61: It’s time to divide the country – Giwa to Buhari




Senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa has once more known as on President Muhammadu Buhari to let go of Nigeria and desist from forcing the folks to remain collectively.

Giwa, in his Independence Day speech made obtainable to DAILY POST on Friday, October 1st, 2021, famous that Nigeria has simply little or nothing to indicate for 61 years of existence.

In keeping with the cleric, the nation has been unlucky to have dangerous leaders who proceed to intentionally punish the folks.

“It’s a disgrace to see essentially the most populous nation in Africa nonetheless battling with steady electrical energy at 61. What advantages do you get from being a citizen of Nigeria? Why do they proceed to intentionally punish the folks?” Giwa queries in a press release he made obtainable to DAILY POST.

“What occurs to the pure sources that God has given us? It’s unlucky that Nigeria retains producing dangerous and depraved leaders who’ve didn’t put God first in something they do.

“They’re darkened of their understanding and separated from the lifetime of God due to the ignorance that’s in them because of the hardening of their hearts.

“It’s time to let go Nigeria and take heed to the voice of God earlier than issues lastly exit of hand. Inform me the way you need to maintain the residents collectively when you’re defending your personal folks, however incarcerating folks perceived to be combating for his or her folks?

“You’ll be able to’t proceed to evangelise unity when your physique language empowers terrorists, you may’t proceed to carry the folks down when you’ve got failed to take care of justice and fairness. Righteousness and justice are the inspiration of God’s throne. He’s simply, and can’t be unjust. God defines and units the usual for justice!

“What can they boast of to have accomplished efficiently within the final 61 years? Is it electrical energy, employment or what? It doesn’t price an excellent chief something to set an excellent commonplace for his residents.”

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