All hope is not lost in spite insecurity, economic challenges in Nigeria -CAC President

CAC President, Pastor Samuel Olusegun Oladele

By Philomina Attah

The President of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Nigeria and Overseas, Pastor Samuel O. Oladele, has said that all hope is not lost, in spite the present economic hardship and insecurity facing Nigeria.

Pastor Oladele said this on Saturday in Abuja, during the dedication service of a new built auditorium of CAC Abuja Districts' Coordinating Council Headquarters (ADCC), located in Katampe, Abuja.

Pastor Oladele speaking with newsmen advised the leaders to prioritise the welfare and security of the people, while advising citizens to keep the hope alive.

“To the government they must not forget the very reason why they are elected by the people. They have to see to the welfare, security and prosperity of the people that put them in position.

“To Nigerians, I want to say, let us continue keeping on. Our hope is not totally lost.

The Bible says we have to look into God. All nations we have to look into Him and when we call upon His name, He is going to answer us. He is going to surprise us. Our hope is not lost,” he said.

He advised all members of CAC across the globe to continue to demonstrate their Christianity to the world to emulate.

“We should not forget that we are called the light and salt of the world, and that we should act in that capacity.

“It is when we go out to demonstrate our Christianity not just within the four walls of the church, we have to go out and demonstrate to the world that we are the light and the salt indeed. That is our high calling which we must not fail to do,” he said.

Pastor Oladele, while congratulating the assembly for successful completion of the project, said that the dedicated auditorium with 1,000 seating capacity, would not only make members of the church comfortably in worshiping God, but also impact on their lives positively.

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