General Overseer of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) Cannanland, Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji has declared that Nigeria is about to witness a new dawn.
Oladeji said: “This year, there will be dramatic changes around the world and a new Nigeria will emerge for the benefit of all Nigerians.”
According to him, the messages he had received for the year indicate a major shift in many coun-tries around the world, especially Nigeria, adding “All things will be new; hard times, bitterness and weeping will cease be-cause those behind all that will be stopped. For those who worship the Lord and seek Him in truth, the storm will be over this year.”
The cleric, who spends the first month of every year on the mountain praying and fasting, warned detractors of Nigeria to desist or face divine wrath. Said he: “All those pulling Nigeria behind will be exposed in a dramatic turn of events.”
Oladeji, who was called to service in miraculous cir-cumstances, added that the forthcoming April elections will usher in a new dawn for Nigerians. He therefore called on Nigerians to repent and leave all worldly things that distract them from God because times are chang-ing.
He recalled his call into ministry after a great revival crusade at Ile Ife, stating that the event was responsible for the rapid growth of the church.
Oladeji said: “One Wed-nesday, as the congrega-tion spilled out of the church, God directed me to visit Canaanland. I didn’t know the place, but that was how CAC Can-aanland ended up in Garage Olode in 1997.
“We built the place within one week and more than 25,000 people currently attend our monthly prayer sessions. In our Ikorodu branch in Lagos, we hold our solu-tion night every third Friday of the month. We normally record bet-ween 10,000 and 15,000 people during those nights. We now have branches in other states and our annual convention is attended by over 20,000,” he said.