AMORC lauds anti-graft war in Nigeria
Rosicrucian Order, AMORC has endorsed the anti-corruption of the Federal Government and lauded the judgment that jailed some past governors.
The Order said the conviction of former Governor Jolly Nyiame of Taraba State and his Plateau State counterpart, Joshua Dariye is a new experience in the country, which nobody could contemplate 10 years ago.
The organisation stated this yesterday at AMORC Western Zonal Conclave Ibadan 2018 press conference, with the theme: “The Soul’s Immortality and Universal Love,” which held at its premises in Ibadan, Oyo State.
The Grand Councillor for Ghana and Secretary Treasurer, National Board of AMORC for English West Africa, Fr. Johnson Ikube, said: “Let’s do good things.
Let’s see Nigeria great. We support anything good. Anybody who believes in God will be continuously positive.”
He said those who are afraid of 2019 elections have been afraid for a very long time.
Ikube who condemned the killings going on in the country, debunked insinuations that AMORC is a secret society. According to him,
“The body is open. Those who don’t have love in their hearts have hatred and manufacture stories.
He disclosed that AMORC is a school of life, where people are taught what is not commonly taught in school.
“It is not a religious organisation but we have nothing against any religion or any political party,” he said, adding that man doesn’t need religion to relate to God, he needs spirituality.”
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