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Pray For Buhari, Anayo, Amoska Appeal To Nigerians

By Florence Utor
17 October 2015   |   11:11 pm
THE General Overseer of Victory Christian Church, Apostle Nkechi Frances Anayo has enjoined Nigerians to support the government of President Muhammadu Buhari with prayers. At a press briefing organised by the church recently to celebrate three decades of its existence, the cleric noted that there is need for Nigerians to engage in a prayer campaign for…
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THE General Overseer of Victory Christian Church, Apostle Nkechi Frances Anayo has enjoined Nigerians to support the government of President Muhammadu Buhari with prayers.

At a press briefing organised by the church recently to celebrate three decades of its existence, the cleric noted that there is need for Nigerians to engage in a prayer campaign for the survival of a united Nigeria.

Describing the church anniversary celebration as an era of a new glory for the ministry, Apostle Nkechi used the word 30 to illustrate the Eagle as a bird that is left with two options: at age 30, it dies or rebirths depending on the path it determines to take, with its lifespan going up to age 70. She urged Nigerians to propagate the message of love, unity, peace and stability of the country, which according to her remains the overriding principle and direction of “our faith regardless of religious difference. We are Nigerians and must live as Nigerians,” she said.

Rev. Emiko Amoska, who commended President Buhari for tackling corruption, appealed to him not to engage in a selection of a few public officers.

“He should look over his shoulders and do a thorough job. Nigerians are in full support of his effort on corruption but concerned about the grave economic situation we are faced with. The economy of our dear nation is dwindling and attention should equally be given. Experts should swing into action and salvage the economic hardship and situation, which has been stagnant in the last few months. Policies that will revive the situation should be adequately utilised,” he said.