Leaders should shun deception, nepotism to recover lost glory, says Adetomiwa
For Nigeria to recover its lost glory, leaders at all levels of government need to shun all forms of deception, nepotism, and racism.
The District Overseer of the Foursquare Gospel Church, Ifako District, Rev. David Adetomiwa, who said this at a press briefing to commence the District’s 10th Convocation, scheduled for August 15 to 18, with the theme: “Thus Says The Lord,” called on Nigerians to embrace harmonious co-habitation, irrespective of tribe, as love is fast fading in the country.
He said though Nigeria is a land of abundance, only a few men at the helm of affairs seek her good, wellbeing and glorious future, as well as great among the comity of nations.
He said: “There are few servants, but numerous masters. There are few social amenities, numerous users. We have a few faithful and true worshippers, but numerous naive/vulnerable worshippers, who do not fear God, not to talk of obeying Him.
“The situation wasn’t like this in the 70s when there was trust and people spoke the truth. But now, we have fake goods, fake wives, fake certificates and deception have taken over the land. Even in inter-tribal marriages, there is no trust. Many loves are now synthetic.”
The cleric, who believes that Nigeria shall rise again, noted: “Henceforth, there shall be orderliness, peace, progress, harmony, rule of law and justice, along with industrial development. Jesus Christ reigns and Nigeria shall rise again. She shall be a safe haven, a land of industry and commerce. She shall take her top-ranking position among the comity of great nations.
“A naira shall be for a dollar like in the early 1970s. And there shall be no more importation of fairly used cars, clothes, shoes, and tyres. No more importation of any locally produced food items. There shall be dignity in labour. All that is shameful in our immoral practices shall be reduced to the barest minimum. Our society shall be healthier for living without any further mistrust.”
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