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'Return Nigeria To God' – Pastor Oluwadare Urges Leaders

Pastor John Oluwadare, General Superintendent of Christ Redemption Bible Church (CRBC), Ketu, Lagos, has a word of advice for Nigerian leaders.

Until they show genuine repentance and truly return Nigeria to God, the country might continue to totter and toddle, even in adulthood, Pastor Oluwadare asserted. 
He also advised President Muhammadu Buhari to organise a genuine national prayer so that the country might regain its lost glory.
The cleric spoke recently at the church headquarters in Ketu, Lagos, while briefing journalists on activities to mark the 20th anniversary of the church.

The man of God, a Bible teacher, author, televangelist and deliverance minister, also urged Nigerians not to lose hope in the country. He said the rampaging songs of discord and disunity among the various tribes in the country could only draw the nation backwards, insisting that God had destined Nigeria to be a great nation.

The cleric noted also that though God is still very much interested in the Nigeria project, the leaders should rise up and allow the fear of God to rule them.

“I have, on several occasions, had encounters with God concerning this country. I have related this several times on our weekly television programme on LTV, Heal My Land. I can assure you that God is still at work and that is why I am advising President Buhari to urgently declare a national prayer for the nation to regain its lost glory and be among the blessed nations of the world,” he said.