Nigeria won’t break in 2022, despite turbulence, says PFN president
National President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) and President, Sword of the Spirit Ministries, Bishop Francis Wale Oke, has declared that Nigeria will not break up in 2022, though there will be occurrences, which, he said, would shake the country.
He said 2022 would be a very challenging year and revealed that political gladiators would heat up the system, but urged Nigerians to be calm, as the country would not break up.
Oke, who was in Uyo for Uyo Miracle Convention organised by Uma Ukpai Evangelistic Ministry International, warned that for stability in 2022, government and Nigerians should desist from taking one another for granted.
He lamented that a certain session of the country feel taken for granted and are not being given a fair share.
He also called on everyone to turn to God, saying the lack of fear of God is the cause of nation’s problems.
He said: “2022 is the only full year that we have before 2023 elections. The political gladiators will heat up the system but we are telling Nigerians, let everybody be calm, God is in control. We are praying and Nigeria will not break up. There will be no war in Nigeria and the will of the Lord shall be done. God will answer our prayers, Nigeria will continue to exist and after the shaking, Nigeria will become stronger and better.
“Everybody should turn to God and fear God because lack of the fear of God is the fundamentals of all our problems. Let all those who are carrying weapons of destruction and bloodshed throw away their weapons because he who lives by the sword will perish by the sword.”