Friday, 28 October 2016

Buhari to Nigerians: Recession will end if citizens start speaking positively

So many changes have been taking place in Nigeria. One of the changes the President Muhammadu Buhari wants to see is that of positive words from the mouths of Nigerians.

According to News Agency of Nigeria the President has urged Nigerians to always speak positively about the country in spite of the current economic recession, saying it will end soon.

 At the recent  7th National Prayer Breakfast organised by National Assembly with the theme: “A tree and its fruits: is yours a blessing or a curse to Nigeria,”  in Abuja where the President was represented by the secretary to the government of the Federation.

In his speech, he stressed that “As Christians and political leaders, we must strive to be the light of the world by speaking positively concerning the state of the nation.
“These hard times we are in, require leaders who are aware of the situation to stand in the gap to see how to turn the situation around.

According to him, Christian leaders have forgotten to look at the positive side of issues and the opportunity it presents for the good of all.

“I have total faith that Nigeria will emerge from this crisis strong, united and prosperous, this will come to fruition in the lifetime of this government.

“Also as Christians and leaders we should all thank God for the opportunity to be key player in this time of economic meltdown.

Rev. Abu Bako, in his keynote address reiterated that  when the nation seeks God’s face then the Lord will heal our land.
According to him, as a nation we have responsibility to build Nigeria and not to tear it down by our action, inaction and the words of mouth.


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