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We must apply ourselves to God’s wisdom – Okaforagu



(L-R) Archbishop Okaforagu, Rev. Aloysius, Bishop Ndukaife, and Bishop Ozo at the event

NIGERIA is at a critical end that is undeserving for the country. It is time when we must arise to project the country on a progressive path. Nigeria is a beautiful country with huge potential. The socio-political space since independence doesn’t give much to be celebrated. There is no time than this period to come together to commit Nigeria into God’s hand.

  Founder and International President of Master Seed Solidarity Movement, Archbishop Emmanuel Okaforagu stated this at the one day ‘Prayer Summit’ with the theme, “God is Totally in Charge of Nigeria held at the Mama Africana Hall, Iyiagu, Awka.

  He said the spate of violence and killings has reached an alarming rate, precipitated by the political situation in the country. He urged Christians to pray to change the country’s fortune.

  “The challenge facing Nigeria is huge. As Christians we must carry true God. Believers must take the bull by the horn; there is nothing God cannot do when we seek his face in prayers. 

  “God answers prayer, He is a master strategist, we must apply ourselves to God’s wisdom. I call on youths to shun violence; whatever their agitation is, there must be orderliness. Violence will not resolve issues. This is not a physical fight but by spiritual engagement through prayer, the answer will come.”

  He urged Christians to pray for our leaders, especially Gov Chukwuma Soliudo to transform Anambra State into the envisaged status among the league of states in the country.

  “The panacea to bad governance is good leadership. We must crave credible people in governance and often, the people around our leaders are the source of bad. We must pray for Gov Chukwuman Soludo, he needs our prayers to succeed.”

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  On the 2023 general election, he called on the electoral agency to allow the wishes of the electorate to prevail to avoid derailing the country.

  Speaker earlier in his opening remarks, Master Seed Administrator, Rt. Rev Agu Aloysius said the movement will continue to push boundaries in catering for every aspect of human life.

  In his prayers, Bishop Hyginus Ndukaife, urged Christians to take the security issue seriously. He prayed that God should stop the insecurity ravaging Nigeria,    “We must call for God’s intervention, enough is enough. The insecurity is so much that we are becoming helpless but have the solution with God.

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