No country can grow where bad people are ruling- Prophet Alo

Prophet Sam Olu-Alo

The resident Prophet of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) Orioke Aanu, Erio-Ekiti, (Mountain of Mercy), Prophet Sam Olu-Alo, has attributed the myriad of challenges confronting Nigeria to the unwholesome activities of those he describe as ‘selfish cabals’ in the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The man of God also condemned the killing of innocent citizens in Kaduna State, calling on the government to take appropriate actions to permanently end it.

He said there is an urgent need to halt the operations of the cabal in order to hasten the much-needed “practical change in the country.”

Prophet Alo said that Nigerians must urgently seek the face of God for His mercy for the country to get out of her numerous problems.

Prophet Alo ministering last week Friday at CAC Centenary Revival and Celebration of Akinyele Region in Lagos

The cleric, while speaking with newsmen, also lamented the increasing rate of fake prophets in the country, urging Christian leaders in the country to address the situation by nipping it in the bud.

He also advised the new administration of Governor Kayode Fayemi in Ekiti State to always seek God’s direction for him to have a successful tenure.

The cleric said, “President Buhari is having challenges in government because he trusts people easily and was not ready to offend those working with him. No effort should be spared to bring those occupying sensitive elective and appointive positions in the country to God since they determine what happens in the government.

“We must have leaders that would respect humanity because no country can grow where bad people are ruling. Our leaders must not only be disciplined, they must be Godly as well.

“Apart from that, leaders are always the target of the evil world. They need to be fortified at all times to be able to serve with the sincerity of heart for our country to overcome her numerous challenges,” he said.(Daily Post)

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