Founder of Christ Apostolic Church, CAC, Canaan Land, Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to stand by the truth he promised Nigerians and stop being distracted by criticisms from the opposition.
Oladeji said Nigeria would experience changes under President Buhari’s government, if he decides to imbibe the spirit of selfless service in dealing with the problems of the country and to lead the country in the right direction.
The cleric made the statement yesterday at Erio Ekiti, Ekiti State, while speaking to newsmen at the weeklong ‘Ayo Babalola Power Explosion Crusade,’ on Erio Mountain.
The religious leader advised President Buhari to show that he is the real change agent that Nigerians were looking for in his conducts, by living up to the expectations of the Nigerian masses.
Prophet Oladeji said: “The capacity of the country to achieve greatness under Buhari would depend largely on how selfless members of his cabinet could be, in view of the numerous problems facing the economy of the country.
“I have never lost hope in Nigeria’s project. This country can witness change if the present leaderships believe that they are there to work for the people and not for themselves.
“Our founding fathers had a dream of making Nigeria a great country and they have to work towards this dream. The only way to achieve this is by shunning corruption and redirect our ways to the path of God.”
The man of God called on Nigerians to continue to pray for President Buhari to be able to lead the country out of its poor economic situation.
While condemning the rising wave of kidnapping and armed robbery in the country, Prophet Oladeji noted that all these challenges would fizzle out as soon as the country puts in place a government that represents the collective yearnings of the Nigerian populace.
He said his ministry would continue to serve as veritable platform to counsel the leaders on how to govern well and liberate many afflicted Nigerians from their spiritual bondage.

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