The National Publicity Secretary for the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria PFN and General Overseer for Christian Central Chapel International CCCI Bishop Dr. Emmah Isong has called on well meaningful Nigerians to put their weight solidly behind the administration of president Mohammadu Buhari whom Isong said was passionate about getting the economy of the nation out of recession.
Isong gave the charge while speaking on the prosperity of the nation at the World Headquarters of the Christian Central Chapel International CCC I IN Calabar yesterday.
The clergy said, economic indices on ground shows that the country was already on the verge of getting out of recession adding that all that was needed by the leadership of the country was to add a slice push to propel the nation’s economic ship along.
He said with that the citizen’s support; the leaders can navigate the path out of the economic crunch. “All that is required of the citizens is to put their support behind the leaders as the leaders alone cannot get the country to its destination”.
Isong urged the citizens not to speak evil against the administration of president Mohammadu Buhari so as not to dampen his morale even when they have less admiration for the president’s style of governance.
“We may not like the government of president Mohammadu Buhari, but we should learn to speak as believers. The lord gave me words in Ezekiel 3:11” Isong said .
“Speak no evil again about our country and leaders. Speaking negative things about Nigeria isn’t going to help matters but may worsen the situation”.
The PFN scribe said, “There is going to be a supernatural provisions in 2018 if as citizens we learn to say positive things about our leaders and country” As he did for the widow in 1Kings: 17 stressing that if the citizens can adhere to the instruction recession would become a thing of the past to Nigerians.
“Nigerians should stop saying things are bad, the lord says this is the cause of the fall of the economy of Nigeria. The lord says people should change their confession.
The PFN scribe prophesied that there will be a serious purging in the nation’s health sector leading to loss of jobs by staff in the medical sector.
Isong, a Patron to the South South Zone of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, said he foresee crises looming in the state houses of Assemblies particularly in the Akwa Ibom State and in the Cross Ri ver State House of Assembly.
According to the clergy man,”I see a strong wind blowing in many state houses of Assemblies especially those of the two”.
“2018 also will attract strigent forestry and environmental laws to the point that people will find it difficult to cut sticks from the forest”
The clergy stated that the telecommunication industry was certainly going to receive a boost with government policies favoring operators of the industry. Isong, said ”Comprehensive and innovative policies on telecommunication for the benefit of the public
Isong stated that the APC shall go through a major realignment in order to be able to face a very herculean task ahead of the party and warned the party leadership to be cautious so that the calamity that befell the PDP will not befall the APC.
According to him, workers in the country will be given a clean but narrow slate. “Something to negotiate, but not what they were looking for Nigeria workers they will be good news for you”.
The clergy stated that Gov. SERIAKE Dickson of Bayelsa would go through turbulent times in the political arena while trying to do a political permutation for his after second tenure plan adding that things will backfire for Dickson
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