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Prophet Hezekiah calls for attitudinal change among Nigerian leaders

Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji


By OLUWAGBENGA BANKOLE


Incoming General Evangelist (Worldwide) of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji, has called for attitudinal change among Nigerian leaders, saying without this “God will soon visit those plundering the country’s economy.”



Prophet Oladeji, in a message from Israel, called for three-day fasting and prayer for Nigeria and said the fortunes of Nigeria would have been much better if its leaders had been selfless as obtainable in other countries of the world.



Oladeji, who is in the holy land to pray for Nigeria in company with some other clerics, called on Nigerian Christians to declare fasting and prayers for Nigeria for the lost glory of the country to be restored in due course.



In the message, which was made available to newsmen in Ado Ekiti via electronic mail, the incoming General Evangelist expressed regret at the high level of corruption in Nigeria, saying “God is ready to intervene in the affairs of the country and bring back the good old days.”



He said: “Nigeria is a country that was so blessed but it lost its glory along the line, due to the corruption of few of our leaders. But I could see the powerful hands of God coming to deliver Nigerians from their enemies.



“God is ready to restore our lost glories and give us a new nation whose stars will reverberate all over the world.



“Though, Nigeria is a great country with great potentials. We are known all over the world but for wrong reasons. But time has come now that God will intervene and give us a new nation,” he assured.



Oladeji appealed to Nigerian leaders to refrain from the massive looting of the treasury and embrace true restitution for the Nigeria’s glory to shine again.



“If we move closer to God, I see all the moribund banks, oil companies, and dead airlines springing up again. I see new things happening in Nigeria. I see Nigeria rising and soaring and become a darling nation to many nations of the world.



“All these may not come ordinarily except if we move away from sin and come closer to God. We must believe in the virtues of selflessness, probity, transparency, accountability and above all in honesty and love.



“Bible made us understand that love is the bedrock of any nation. Irrespective of our religious and political beliefs as well as our ethnic affinities, we must love one another and see ourselves as one indivisible Nigerians,” he counseled.

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