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God is with Nigeria, says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said God’s intervention in Nigeria has made the nation to weather the storms over the years. He said that the nation would come out of the 2019 general election stronger. The president, who disclosed this yesterday in Abuja, at the annual breakfast prayer session organised by the National Assembly Christian Legislators Prayer Breakfast Fellowship, said in spite of prophesies of naysayers and doomsday prophets, that it shall not be well with Nigeria, that the country was navigating through the problems and becoming more prosperous. Buhari, who was represented by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, noted that the Almighty God was with Nigeria; hence the country was pushing ahead despite her myriad of problems.

“God is with Nigeria” Buhari said, pointing that “doomsday prophets have prophesied that the country will plunder into crisis, but God forbid. Rather, Nigeria shall witness a great rebirth in 2019, especially after the polls which many unpatriotic critics have predicted will be crisis ridden. “2019 shall bring in a new Nigeria. God will answer our prayers as we look unto him” the President prayed, urging further the release of God’s divine mercy upon the nation.

The president called on Christian legislators and other leaders of the nation to always eschew divisive tendencies and embrace unity in all ramifications, adding that it would give birth to a new Nigerian nation. In his goodwill message at the occasion, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Dogara, said that Nigeria can overcome her numerous challenges through constant prayers. He stated that through our individual and collective prayers, we can change the narrative and the destiny of our dear country, adding that we should not doubt God when we pray. In his sermon at the event, the guest speaker, Apostle Emmanuel Nuhu Kure, said that God was at the verge of raising godly leaders for our dear country Nigeria. Drawing inspiration and reference from biblical quotations, particularly Isaiah 40:46, Jeremiah 33:25, 2nd Chronicles 20:35-37 and Joshua 10:1-9, he said that political leaders must desist from making uncomplimentary statements about the polity.

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