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‘Economic recession will end soon’


Cleric urges political leaders to reduce cost of governance
The President of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Pastor Abraham Akinosun has assured Nigerians that the economic recession would end soon.

He said the country would emerge stronger after these challenges.

Akinosun, who stated this at the weekend during the commissioning of the CAC Staff Guest House in Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State, stated that the economic situation would lead to the discovery of the potential in Nigerians.


“Things cannot be smooth forever in any country. There is time for everything under the heaven. There is time for plenty and there is time for scanty. This is a time we as a nation must pass through for us to receive blessings from God and appreciate it,” he said.

Meanwhile, the General Superintendent of the Sacred Cherubim and Seraphim Church of Nigeria and Overseas Inc. (SCSCN), Dr. Solomon Alao has called for a reduction in cost of governance in Nigeria by political leaders cutting their emoluments.

Alao, while speaking during the 87th annual general meeting of the church in Aba, Abia state, called government to pursue with greater vigour, its efforts to recover the nation’s stolen money.

The supreme head of the church also disagreed with the notion in some quarters that the fight against corruption by the president was selective.

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