By Jessica Onyegbula
The Archbishop of Abuja, Most Rev Ignatius Kaigama, on Sunday charged Nigerians to desist from all forms of evil to enjoy God’s enormous blessings.
Kaigama, who gave the charge during his homily, at St Fabian’s parish Efab- Jabi, in Abuja, stressed that; “Unless ‘we raise our eyes in faith to our Lord God, as the eyes of servants look to the hand of their master, we risk being captured by very dark forces.
“We must admit that we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God and the ideals of genuine patriotism to build a nation of our dreams.”
He, however, noted that Nigerians in the journey of life had been badly bitten.
‘“We have been wounded by our human passions and inclinations, battered by our concupiscence and propensity to become inhuman to one another on account of religion, ethnicity and politics.
“We must ask the question, why are things not working well despite the enormous blessings of God on Nigeria?”
“Until we desist…
Source: News Agency of Nigeria