By CALEB AYANSINA
The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has appealed to its members and Nigerians to make God their cornerstone in the remaining part of the year for them to reap bountifully.
The second Vice President of the Institution, ?Mr. Rowland Abonta said this at a national day of prayer and thanksgiving organised by NIESV in Abuja.
Explaining that the prayer session was organised to put their members on the path of honesty, he said the event also provided a platform for members as well as other government officials to pray for the peace, security and progress of the country.
According to him, the Institute which is statutorily in charge of land resources in the country need to be true to the professional callings, saying that making God the cornerstone will help members to take appropriate decisions.
Abonta added that just as Ezekiel reaped bountifully at the time of famine, estate surveyors and valuers would find their feet even at the moment of economic downturn. He said: “We organised the National Day of Prayer for our members to set our feet on the part of integrity and honesty. Our jobs require that we operate in honesty and we realised we cannot achieve this without God.”