Nigeria is in God’s hands, says Anglican Bishop

GodGift Ifunanya
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The Bishop of Ibadan North Anglican Diocese, Rt. Reverend Williams Aladekugbe have called on Nigerians to walk with God to overcome the current hardship.

The cleric gave the charge during the Diocesan Board Meeting at the Conference Hall, Diocesan Headquarters, Moyede, Ibadan.

According to the Bishop, God is in full control of Nigeria’s situations and ready to answer prayers “if we play our own part by being economically productive, serve God with holiness and purity of heart, be selfless, incorruptible, make simplicity our watchword and above all, be disciplined in all our ways.,”

The cleric further admonished Nigerians to abstain from giving excuses when they go astray but obey God. 

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He appealed to Nigerians especially Christians to be their brothers and sisters keepers and come to the aid of the needy in the society to reduce untimely death occurring on daily basis as a result of poverty and insecurity.

He commiserated with the people of Ibadan and Oyo State in general on the death of Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Lekan Balogun

He congratulated the Olubadan-Designate, Oba Owolabi Olakulehin.

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