Abuja Diocesan Synod: Anglican Bishop Admonishes Nigerians To Seek God In spite Present Challenges

The Anglican Bishop of Lokoja Diocese, Most Reverend Emmanuel Egbunu has called on Nigerians not to allow the present situation in the country draw them away from God.

Speaking during the thanksgiving service to end this year’s Abuja Diocesan Synod, Most Reverend Egbunu said divine intervention was the only way out of this critical period in the country.

According to the Anglican Bishop, If Nigerians could forsake their sins and come together to pray, God will heal the country.

He stressed the need for collective support of all political and Ethnic groups towards complimenting Government’s efforts at bringing peace to the country.

In his remarks, Primate Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion Most Reverend Henry Ndukuba also admonished Nigerans not to loose hope as the country would come out stronger from its present challenges.

While commending the contributions of the Cathedral Church of Advent for success of the Synod, Most Reverend Henry Ndukuba urged Nigerans to always encourage and pray for those in authority.

He assured Nigerians that the country was a special project in the hands of God hence the present situation would not affect its corporate existence.

Kayode Oyedare/Abuja

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