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Promises Of God Concerning Nig Will Surely Come To Pass- Osinbajo

The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has expressed optimism that the promises of God concerning the country will surely come to pass.

He made this known in Abuja at the 62nd Independence Anniversary Inter- denominational Church Service.

Professor Osinbajo said Nigeria was destined to be great and no power would pull it down.

The Number Two citizen reiterated the commitment of the present administration towards ensuring justice, equity, even distribution of resources and safety of lives and property across the country.

He commended the Christian Association of Nigeria for its support to the present administration in the last seven and half years.

In his sermon, National President, Christian Association of Nigeria, Most Reverend Daniel Okoh said despite numerous challenges facing the country since 1960 God was still faithful in keeping the nation united.

Most Reverend Okoh therefore urged Nigerians to remain patriotic and continue to contribute towards ensuring peace and development of the Country.

He stressed the need for the federal government to look into the plight of Nigerians particularly the ongoing ASUU strike which has kept the nation’s public universities locked down for Seven months.

According to him, the present situation whereby issues concerning Youths were not considered will spell doom on the country and future generations.

The CAN President however emphasized the need for the Youths to fully participate in the 2023 general election For God fearing leaders to emerge.

He passionately appealed to them not to allow themselves to be used as political thugs but to ensure they collect their Permanent Voter Cards and exercise their franchise in the next polls.

The interdenominational Church Service which featured special prayers for the country and leaders was attended by Political office holders, members of the National Assembly, Senior military and para military officers, members of the Judiciary, Church Leaders and members of the Diplomatic Corps.

Report by Kayode Oyedare, Edited by Grace Namiji

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