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Adeniran urges Nigerians to depend on God

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The District Superintendent, Apostolic Faith, West Africa, Rev. Adebayo Adeniran, has urged Nigerians to depend solely on God, sothat hewould intervene in the nation’s social, economic and political developments.

Adeniran said this on Sunday at the ongoing camp meeting of the Apostolic Faith entitled, “A Life Without Blemish at Faith City in Igbesa, Ogun.

“If Nigeria can turn to God, Nigeria will experience a glorious economy, Nigerians should not look at the government but to look unto God.

“God does not fail but government can fail, all power not  in the hands of government but all power belongs to God and he has promised to use it for our country,’’ he said.

The cleric who said that corruption had eaten deep into the fabrics of all the sectors of the country, added that it was only God that could save Nigeria from the vice.

“Man fell from grace to a corrupt level when he  committed sin in the Garden of Eden and since that time man’s live has been a thing of complexity.

“When God works upon your life, when you come to him in repentance, he will save you soul. You will have joy in your life and this is what we offer to Nigerians.

“Nigeria is grappling with  corruption in high places, in low places, but God has solutions to corruption.

“When you experience the salvation of Jesus Christ, you will be free from corruption and that is why we are teaching the people to embrace a life without blemish that only God can give,’’ he said. (NAN)

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