‘Leadership challenges remains bane of Nigeria’s woes’
The Archbishop of Ecclesiastical Province of Aba and Bishop, Diocese of Isiala Ngwa South (Anglican Communion), the Most Rev. Isaac Chijioke Nwaobia has identified lack of purposeful leadership as the root cause of all forms of demands and negative experiences being witnessed in the country today.
The Archbishop stated this while delivering his presidential address and Bishop’s charge at the 3rd Session of the 4th Synod of the Diocese of Isiala Ngwa South, themed: “Discipleship: An Imperative for Churchmanship,” at St. Peter’s Cathedral Owerrinta.
He encouraged Nigerians that have received adequate discipleship lessons to take active part in the country’s governance, to serve and salvage the nation.
The cleric urged all elected and appointed officeholders who lack the capacity to deliver on social contract of good governance to immediately resign from office.
Archbishop Nwaobia, who is also the Coordinator of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Isiala Ngwa South, noted that every facet of the nation’s economy needs urgent overhaul and intervention of God. He expressed optimism that God would change the ugly situations in the country soon.
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