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Cleric predicts recovery, seeks focus on rebuilding nation


President Muhammadu Buhari

General Evangelist of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) worldwide, Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji, has said Nigeria would recover in 2018 from the present hardship it had faced since 2015.

Oladeji, who said the restoration of the country’s lost glory would be great, added that having a relationship with God and seeking His face always in prayers and exhibiting love for the country and its peoples were crucial for breakthrough.

The cleric, who spoke during the maiden edition of the new near prophetic declarations and prayer programme tagged: Second Announcement, which held at Apostle Joseph Ayo Babalola Memorial Grounds, Ikeji Arakeji, said: “Nigeria will be on its feet once again. The comeback will be with great prosperity.”


He charged Nigerians and its leaders to be focused on addressing issues that would take the country out of its present confused state, troubles, strife and hard times.

“We need focus, broad projections and hope. Projections greater than those that exist between couples, families, towns, cities and churches. We need targets, plans and projections that are not self-centered.

“Nigeria will be great again. God will return to the country and return the days of milk and honey. God will help the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to set the people free from hardship and slavery.

We should not forget God because no breakthrough is possible without Him. God is the pathway to glory and He is the one we should follow,” Oladeji stated.

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