NATIONAL President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor has again commended the Nigerian Senate for passing into law the Same Sex Marriage bill which frowns at the anti-social practice currently gaining grounds in the Western part of the world in the name of respect for human rights.
Preaching a sermon at the just concluded Holy Ghost Congress of the Redeemed Church of God, RCCG, Oritsejafor who received a standing ovation from the mammoth crowd, thanked God for the leadership of the Senate for the rare courage it displayed to undermine pressures from the Western world especially Great Britain.
Speaking on ‘A new level,’ the CAN president averred that the action of the Senate had again given hope to the Nigerian mas-ses who had lost confidence in the nation’s politicians, that all is not lost, saying “thank God for the Senate that refused to be inti-midated by the West and passed the Same Sex Marriage Bill into law.”
Continuing, he wondered why the Western world could degene-rate to the stone age in the altar of human rights, arguing “can you imagine they have even go-ne to the ridiculous extent of bes-tiality—a relationship between human beings and animals.”
According to him, Nigerian can attain a new level in the year if they do two things—put up an altar of righteousness and that of praise, acknowledging the mighty works of the Almighty God in our lives, stressing that with that Nigeria and Nigerians will enter 2012 in a new level.
He had used the occasion to hail the chief host of the Holy Ghost Congress, Pastor Enoch Adebo-ye who he described as his noble in-law.
“Sir and Ma, you make us Nigerians proud. Every time I come, there is always some-thing different. In fact, anybody who cannot preach will be forced to preach whenever he comes here (referring to the new deco-rated auditorium of the Holy Ghost Congress Arena).
Continuing, Pastor Oritsejafor said: “I am proud to be your in-law. I thank you for giving me a wonderful wife. I must say that you are a gift to Nigeria.”