Prophet Abiara in Lagos, says ‘I’m alive’
• Urges Nigerians To Join Hands With Government At All Levels To Fight Insecurity
The former General Evangelist of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Agbala Itura, Lagos, Prophet Samuel Abiara has debunked the news of his death circulating in social media.
Abiara, who was in Lagos, said he was shocked when he heard the fake news. He stated that those who peddled such information about his death were used by satan. He urged journalists to verify their source of information before going to the press so as to avoid the problem. He also said he had forgiven those who orchestrated his rumoured death.
Abiara, while thanking the body of Christ for their love and concern, said: “I appreciate all of them and pray that God will bless them. I know that people love me and those who love me God will love them. I want to tell everybody in the world that I am still alive.”
On what should be his advice to the government concerning insecurity in the country, Abiara went on memory lane. He said the issue of insecurity started from the time of Noah and Sodom Gomorrah in the Bible, noting that peoples’ attitude provoked God to anger thereby destroying the earth.
According to him, “Since then, successive governments all over the world have continued to experience insecurity and so you cannot blame the government of the day.”
He commended government at all levels and urged Nigerians to pray for them, as well as, join hands with them to fight insecurity.
He said: “Nobody should blame the government because from the beginning of the world wicked people have been in place and that is why in Genesis 6:6, God said, He was sad for creating man. I want everybody to keep their mind at rest and should continue to pray to God so that He will keep them away from all evil.”