By Moshood Adebayo
For the Senior Pastor in charge of the Victory Life Bible Church, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Lawrence Achudume, there is light at the end of the tunnel for Nigerians inspite of the current recession.
To achieve this, he urged Nigerians to ask for God’s intervention through fervently prayers and fasting rather than lamenting the situation.
The cleric, who also noted the socio-economic situation in the country required spiritual intervention spoke during a thanksgiving service of the church in Abeokuta, the state capital“Recession doesn’t mean God is angry with Nigeria and her people. It is simply as a result of mismanagement of economy by our leaders.
“The economic situation calls for Nigerians as a people to put on their thinking caps as there are abundant opportunities which can only be harnessed by better thinkers, who look inward and trust God,” he said.
He added that Nigeria must increase its spiritual efforts to overcome all the challenges confronting her
The cleric urged Nigerians to inculcate the habit of praying for the country as well as contributing their quota to nation building and national development.
“Nigeria’s situation needs God’s intervention and fervent prayers. Prayer is key to our progress as individuals and as a nation, hence, we must pray to God to open showers of His miracles on us as a people and as a country.”
He charged Nigerians, who are in position of authorities to rule with fear of God, warning that they will all account for their stewardship before Him in on the day of judgment.