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Cleric Proffers Solutions To Nigeria’s Problems



Cleric Proffers Solutions To Nigeria's Problems

-As Osun Community Holds Special Prayer

By Ayobami Agboola, Osogbo

The insecurity in the country has been attributed to the level of poverty, unemployment and inability of the Government to take decisive action.

Pastor Daniel Agbolade, founder of Christ Apostolic Church , Mountain of Mercy and Praise, Ori Oke Anu, Kajola-Owode Ede, Osun State, stated this at the maiden edition of interdenominational prayer organized by Kajola Community Landlords’ Association (KCLA), Kajola.

He called on the Federal Government to find a way of putting an end to unemployment and poverty, which he said would go a long way to stem the insecurity in the country.

Pastor Agbolade however urged Nigerians to engage in fervent prayer by seeking divine mercy to tackle current economic and security hardship.

Pastor Agbolade maintained that Nigeria needs serious prayer for its leaders to succeed in office.

Agbolade who is the Chairman of Kajola Community Landlords’ Association (KCLA) said: “Nigeria is our country let’s pray for her prosperity.

He, however, appealed to political leaders to ensure that they have spirit of God in them saying, “when someone has spirit of God in him ,he will lead with fear of God.

He, however, charged landlords and residents of Kajola community to spread love among themselves, stressing that where there is love development will come in.

The ‘Baale of Kajola’, Alhaji Yinusa Kabiru Alade, while speaking on the challenges confronted by his subject called on network service providers to come to their aid by providing solution to epileptic network services in order to ensure that residents of his community have access to network services of their choice.

He lauded Governor Adeleke Adeleke developmental stride across the state since he assumed office just as he urged him to consider linking Owode-Ede road to Atakumosa West for Kajola continuous development.

In their separate sermons, Pastor Olukunle Opeyemi and Sheik Adewuyi Fatai urged members of Kajola community to live in harmony and be their brothers Keeper, encouraging them not to allow current economy hardship to disunite them.

Elder Olaniyan Davide Adeyemi, Chairman of Sumbare Landlord Association, called on Osun state government to provide more security for them to protect their lives and property.

He also commended KCLA leadership for ensuring that the spirit of love remained with them which made them organize the prayer for the prosperity and protection of its members possible, and urged other community leaders to emulate them.

Meanwhile, residents of the community also benefited from the free medical outreach organized by the leadership of the Kajola Community Landlords’ Association (KCLA)