Cleric advises Nigerians to pray for leaders

GodGift Ifunanya
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Pastor Muyiwa Joseph of Christ Testament Church, Ilorin, has advised Nigerians to pray for the country’s leadership, rather than just speak Ill of them.

Joseph told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday, in Ilorin, that leaders needed prayers and not curses.

According to him, most people always speak negative about the country’s leadership, rather than pray for God guidance and intervention.

“Let us pray for our leaders and stop raining curses on them. They are human beings and nobody is perfect.

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“Seek God’s intervention for them to deliver perfectly, for God to touch their hearts to perform excellently.” he said.

The clergyman called on the public to emulate Americans who always pray for their leadership.

Joseph also advised religious leaders to stop inciting the public against the government and to live by example.

“Religious leaders must be polite and intercede on behalf of the masses for a new Nigeria,” he said

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