The General Superintended of the Deeper Christian Life Minister and Deeper Life Bible Church worldwide, Pastor William Kumuyi, on Thursday urged Christians and Muslims faithful in Nigeria to learn how to live in peace with one another.
Kumuyi made the call in Calabar at a news conference to herald One Day Crusade organised by the Church in the Cross River capital, which is part of his crusade activities across South-South states.
According to him, neither of the two religions advocate killing of any person, adding that both Christians and Muslims derive their faith from the same source.
He sad, “Basically, we are like having the same grandfather. So, we should have a rethink and live together and understand that every religion is very important to people who practice it.’’
Kumuyi, who expressed regret with the current economic recession in Nigeria, said that the country would overcome it with prayers.
“When there is the will, there is a way. God is still on the throne, with time things will get better,” he said.
Kumuyi said he was in Cross River to show the love of God to the people and to reassure them that things would be better.