Shun all forms of discrimination to achieve peace, Olumba tells world leaders
Prefers solution to World problem
Leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star(BCS), His Holiness, Olumba Olumba Obu, has charged World leaders and governments at all levels to embrace the divine precepts of the brotherhood of man that is devoid of discrimination as a solution for lasting peace.
As a means of proffering solutions to myriads of world problems faced by nations and countries, he urged leaders of the world especially in Nigeria to seek help in his teaching as encapsulated in his “everlasting gospels”.
The call was made during a World Press Conference in Port Harcourt, River State Capital, Yesterday, in celebration of the divine manifestation of Leader Olumba Olumba Obu.
The BCS, in a statement signed by its spokesman, Patriarch Christ Shepherd Amah Williams, noted that until World leaders subject themselves to the “fatherhood of God, where all men shall worship the only living God as thought by Leader Olumba Olumba Obu, humans shall continue to wallow in spiritual darkness.
“We wish to also make it abundantly clear to leaders of the world and Government at all levels that the solution to the myriads of problems bedevilling mankind today can be found in the teachings of Leader Olumba Olumba Obu as encapsulated in his everlasting Gospels,” he explained.
Williams, however, stated that the solutions to the challenges facing Nigeria are not far-fetched, saying if only the leaders can humble themselves to meet Leader Olumba Olumba Obu, just by one proclamation, the nation will experience peace.
He said: “Concerning the challenges facing Nigeria, I will like to say this to the leaders of the world, the leaders of this country, the message we are passing to them is that the creator of Heaven and earth is here on earth; the prince of peace who Isaiah referred to in Isaiah chapter 7, that his name shall be called the prince of peace, is physically present in Nigeria.
“If the Nigerian leaders could humble themselves and go to him, with just one pronouncement the problem of Nigeria will be over.
“We are telling Nigerians and the leaders of the entire world that the prince of peace is in Nigeria, who understands the ingredients used in creating the world. The giver of Pease is in Nigeria. If the leaders could humble themselves and come unto him to say intervene in our situation, peace shall return to the nation.”
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