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It was all-spiritual last Sunday in Abuja when Love to the World Initiative, a Non-Governmental Organisation held 3days prayer session for Nigeria to seek the face of God at this trying times of insecurity and hardship in the land.

The event, which also witnessed massive crowd of dignitaries within and outside the country, was memorable with music, praises and dance.

Mrs Josephine Anumbor-Abraham, a popular movie producer, actress and musician who also doubles as the `CEO of Love to the World Initiative explained that this administration has opened the eyes of many Nigerians to seek the face of God in a genuine manner, adding that God ordained this administration in bringing Nigerians back to God.

She explained that though before the coming to power of the president, Nigerians were not into praying for the country as much as they are doing presently.

“Then there were all sorts of religious gatherings; but everybody was pursuing contract, connections and money, so people were not praying instead, they capitalised on religion and prayers to pursue personal interests.

“Fortunately for us, President Buhari came into power. He came with a body language that made Nigerians to start adjusting.

“The pursuit of selfish interests and connections that characterised the behaviour of Nigerians previously, seized. People became hopeless with nowhere to turn to. Then suddenly we remembered that there is God and we have started to pray like the prodigal son.

“In fact, I will like to say a personal thank you to His Excellency the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria because if not for him, most us would have ended up in hell fire because of Luke-warmness.

Anumbor-Abraham, who is also a gospel singer stressed that there would always be sunshine after if Nigerians completely return to God.

“We have been called to light up the world with God’s love. Let’s be light indeed in the midst of darkness.  Let’s give hope in hopeless situations because we have hope. Let love reign in the midst of hate and provocation.

“We are not Christians because we bear Christian names or because we were born into Christian homes; but we are Christians because we have the mind of Christ and we obey His commandments.

 



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