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Cleric tasks Nigerians on prayer

By Emmanuel Elebeke
General Superintendent, Assemblies of God Church, Rev. Charles Osueke, has called on Nigerians to seek the face of God in finding solution to the myriads of political, religious and social problems bedeviling the country.

Rev. Osueke also warned Nigerians not to undermine the relevance of God in the affairs of men, saying only intensive and collective prayer against the evil of the nation could heal the wounds and pains the people were currently passing through.

The clergyman spoke through the Lagos District Superintendent, Rev. Joseph Okafor, in Lagos during a press conference as part of the special prayer summit of the church scheduled to hold from  17th – 20th of march, at the church camp ground.

With the theme “Prayer Summit”, Rev. Osueke said the prayer was considered necessary because the importance of prayer in the life of the people could not be overemphasized.

According to him, “no human destiny including that of Nigerians can be realized without God, pointing out that unless Nigerians embrace God and seek his face through genuine prayers, they would continue to find themselves in dilemma. During this prayer summit, we shall pray intensively for our nation Nigeria.”


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