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Cleric urges more prayers to end insecurity


The State Overseer of the Deeper Life Bible Church in Niger, Pastor Toyin Araromi, has enjoined Christians to pray more so God could intervene in the killings across the federation.

Stating that peace was essential to the growth and development of the nation, the cleric noted that the carnage in the land will be a thing of the past if believers could pray more for the country.

Araromi, who addressed reporters yesterday in Minna ahead of the state visit by the church’s General Superintendent, Pastor Williams Folorunsho Kumuyi, on Wednesday, urged the faithful to engage more in prayers for God to enthrone peace in the country, saying the insecurity in the land would have been worse in the absence of supplications.
He said: “Everyone should see himself as his brother’s keeper and think more of solution than criticism. The church must also obey the constitution by ensuring that members go out to register and collect their permanent voter’s cards (PVCs) so they could elect credible people into government.”
According to the senior pastor, ‘’over 50,000 people are expected to attend the crusade titled, Night of uncommon experience with the God of solutions, holding on February 21, 2018 at the Trade Fair Complex in Sango, Minna.”

He continued: “We are hoping that several people will attend this crusade. You should not be surprised if you see the state governor, Abubakar Sani Bello and his cabinet members with us that day.”

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