Pastor Samuel Ojo of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Great Commission District Headquarters, Osere, Ilorin, Kwara has urged Nigerians to pray for their leaders rather than raining curses on them.

Ojo, who made the call an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ilorin on Tuesday, said that leaders needed the people’s support to succeed in delivering good governance.

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He stressed that insults would not solve the problem bedevilling the country.

“Our leaders need people’s support through prayers and not curse, Nigerians are fond of raising curses on their leaders rather than praying for them.

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“We need to say positive things and declare positive prayers for our Jerusalem (Nigeria), instead of speaking negative things against our dear nation,” he said.

He said that if everyone in the country would cultivate the habit of praying for the nation and its leaders regularly, God would salvage the nation.

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According to the pastor, prayer is the only weapon that can solve the challenges the country is facing. (NAN)

  • vic

    mr preacher, we do not pray for the thieves and fraudsters, you seem to be preaching wrong sermons to nigerians considering these days most pastors in nigeria are now morally bankrupt, thieves and fraudsters themselves.