Nigeria’s economy needs God’s intervention —Bishop

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BISHOP Seun Adeoye, of Sufficient Grace and Truth Ministry, Rehoboth Arena, Okinni, Osun State, has stated the need for Nigerians to seek God’s intervention on the current state of the economy.


 He made the assertion in a statement available to newsmen, that “only the fittest persons can survive the current situation in the country. There is no indication that the current hardship in the country will abate this year.”


“We all entered into the New Year with lots of expectation but there is no clear indication that things will be as smooth as we actually anticipate. I pray it won’t be worse.


“We were told by our soldiers that they had cleared Sambisa forest of Boko Haram. That was cheerful news. But Nigeria is still in the Sambisa forest politically and economically.

“Corruption is still eating deep into the country and security issues have not been adequately tackled going by the continuous slaughtering of hundreds of people in Southern Kaduna and the massacre of innocent souls in other parts of the country.

“Prices of essential goods keep on rising without respite. Yes, only the fittest can survive.”

Bishop Adeoye frowned at what he called injurious propaganda and deception in the running of the nation’s affairs just as he blamed most of the state governors for deliberately ignoring the cries of the masses by denying them their rights.

He advised Nigerians to firmly hold their destinies in their hands by engaging in profitable ventures and also ensure that the leaders give proper account of their stewards.

“We voted them into offices and we must ask from them questions about our commonwealth,” he stated.

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