Nigeria has no excuse to be economically stagnated — CAC President


CAC President, Pastor Samuel O. Oladele 

The President of Christ Apostolic Church, Nigeria and Overseas, Pastor Samuel O. Oladele has submitted that Nigeria has no excuse to be economically stagnated with the abundant natural resources she is endowed with.

Pastor Oladele made the submission while fielding questions from newsmen at the Outing service in honour of planter of the Christ Apostolic Church, Oke-Agbara, Prophet Michael Ojo Olowere a.k.a Baba Automatic at the main bowl of Lekan Salami Sports Complex, Ibadan at weekend.

He said the country is highly blessed but surprisingly its citizenry is suffering in the midst of plenty.

According to him, Nigeria is richly blessed. We should have no business with poverty and suffering because it is already a blessed country. However, the reverse is the case with happenings across the length and breadth of the country.

The Cleric attributed the present economic stagnation that the nation is experiencing to insincerity and lack of righteousness on the parts of the leaders and the led called on the religious leaders to live up to their billing as the light and salt of the universe.

The growth of any nation is not determined by the strength of its armies and economic policies but by those who are saddled with the leadership responsibility.

“A one-time American president said, the prosperity of any nation does not depend on the fruitful of acres but on the men and women that cultivate the acres.

“Nigeria is blessed, we should have no business with suffering, and poverty because it is already a blessed country. Preachers, prophets and pastors are those who preach righteousness. They are the ones who tell their members to go out, to demonstrate that they are the light and salt of the world.

“However, when they act rightly, things will change. Our dream for a better country will be fulfilled. The preachers are the pillars behind every nation," he stated.

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