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Agriculture is alternative to oil, says Oshoffa

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The Pastor and Spiritual Head, Celestial Church of Christ, worldwide, Rev. Emmanuel Mobiyina Oshoffa, has assured Nigerians that the nation will certainly overcome the current economic recession so long they get connected to God.

Oshoffa, who spoke at the unveiling of the logo for the 70th Anniversary of the Church, which held at Makoko, said God loves the nation and if only Nigerians could trust in Him and believe in His sovereign power, the nation would certainly come out of the woods.

The Cleric also advised leaders to seriously consider an option to oil, which has been generally acknowledged to be agriculture. Speaking on spiritual matters and the state of the church, Oshoffa said: “Every member of the Church is called to follow the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ on love and oneness. This Church is to be one throughout the world. It is set up to cleanse the world, as well as cleanse the spirit and the body.

“Anybody who accepts that Jesus Christ is the Son of God is a true child of God, who will experience joy and peace with no darkness in his life.

In his comment, the Chairman, Central Planning Committee for the anniversary, Prophet Emmanuel Soyemi said: “We are aiming at one Church, and one leader under the leadership of Rev. Emmanuel Mobiyina Oshoffa and time has come to return to the foundation, laid by the founder, Pastor S.B.J. Oshoffa with the goal of bringing the Church back to the basics, so that the glory of God will return to it.

In the same vein, the Chancellor, Landmark University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has called for innovative thinking in product development and agricultural enterprise towards addressing food deficit in the country.

He made the call, Thursday, at the 6th Founder’s Day Anniversary of the university.  Oyedepo, who was represented by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, said there was neither substitute for food nor known software for addressing food challenges, except breakthroughs in the information technology development.



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