Economic hardship: Kumuyi, Udom predict hope for Nigeria

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Governor Udom Emmanuel (left) with the General Superintendent, Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi during the worship of the Governor at the International Bible Training Centre (IBTC), Ayobo in Lagos on Sunday.

Governor Udom Emmanuel (left) with the General Superintendent, Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi during the worship of the Governor at the International Bible Training Centre (IBTC), Ayobo in Lagos on Sunday.

Kazeem Ugbodaga

In the midst of economic hardship, the General Superintendent, Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi and the Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Emmanuel Udom have predicted hope for Nigeria.

The due spoke on Sunday at the International Bible Training Centre, IBTC, Ayobo area of Lagos,Southwest Nigeria during the Sunday service of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry.

Udom, who addressed thousands of Deeper Life congregation expressed hope that the nation would get over its present economic hardship.

The governor said despite the challenges facing the nation, Nigerians should know that there must be a wilderness before the Promised Land.

He said the nation had been sustained despite the challenges due to the prayers of Christian leaders and their followers, adding that the nation would soon get over its numerous problems.

Udom challenged Nigerians to live righteously as any nation that would make progress must have its root in righteousness, saying that, “it is righteousness that exalts a nation.”

The governor said the things of God could not be gotten through shortcut, stressing that Nigerians must embrace humility and repent of their sins so that God could take them to the Promised Land.

Challenging Christians to pray for the nation, Udom said he prayed for Akwa Ibom State and Nigeria more than he prayed for his children, adding that “God who has brought us this far will take us to the Promised Land. The same God who promotes other nations will promote Nigeria.”

On corruption, Udom said Nigerians must correct the notion that all those in government were corrupt, stressing that if corruption must be tackled in the nation, it must begin from individuals through attitudinal …Read More

Source:: PM Newspaper