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‘Rebuilding Nigeria requires collective efforts’


Nigeria economy. PHOTO:

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The Senior Pastor, Foundation of Truth Assembly (FOTA), Rev. Abayomi Kasali, has said the challenge to rebuild Nigeria is not about an individual’s capacity or of any political party, but a collective endeavour of all Nigerians.

He urged Nigerians to be committed to God, the country and the generation unborn.

While the cleric agreed that the country is at present going through tough times, he said the situation is not beyond what the Almighty could handle and resolve, “if only Nigerians show more commitment to their common goals and remain fervent in prayers.”

Speaking during a press conference on the yearly convention of the church scheduled to hold from Wednesday, September 21 to Sunday, September 25, in Lagos, Kasali said the ‘Giant Killers Conference’ (GKC) was to mark the 11th anniversary of the ministry.”

According to him: “Nigerians should be ready to make the necessary sacrifices, both physically and spiritually, to ensure that the union called Nigeria thrives and surmounts all her socio-economic and political challenges.”

The cleric also urged Nigerians to show support for the ruling party and President Muhammadu Buhari, saying: “What is before us as a nation at present transcends party politics, blame game and ethnic sentiments. We have to revive our economy, tackle poverty and eradicate crimes.”

He disclosed that the conference would come in four folds: word conference, minister’s conference, pure praise concert and thanks giving and ordination at which ministers including Bishop Mike Okonkwo, Pastor Wale Adefarasin, Rev. Simeon Afolabi and others are expected.

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