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    Nigeria At 61: Pastor Adewale Giwa Tells Buhari To Divide The Country. Do You Agree With Him?

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    Adewale Giwa, the senior pastor of the Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, has once again urged President Muhammadu Buhari to abandon Nigeria and stop forcing the people to stay together.

    Giwa noted in his Independence Day speech on Friday, October 1st, 2021, that Nigeria has little to show for its 61 years of existence.

    According to the cleric, the country has been unfortunate in having bad leaders who continue to punish the people on purpose.

    “It’s a shame to see the most populous nation in Africa still battling with stable electricity at 61. What benefits do you get from being a citizen of Nigeria? Why do they continue to deliberately punish the people?” Giwa queries in a statement

    “What happens to the natural resources that God has given us? It’s unfortunate that Nigeria keeps producing bad and wicked leaders who have failed to put God first in anything they do.

    “They are darkened in their understanding and separated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them due to the hardening of their hearts.

    “It’s time to let go of Nigeria and listen to the voice of God before things finally go out of hand. Tell me how you want to keep the citizens together when you are protecting your own people, but incarcerating people perceived to be fighting for their people?

    “You can’t continue to preach unity when your body language empowers terrorists, you can’t continue to hold the people down when you have failed to maintain justice and equity. Righteousness and justice are the foundation of God’s throne. He is just, and cannot be unjust. God defines and sets the standard for justice!

    “What can they boast of to have done successfully in the last 61 years? Is it electricity, employment or what? It doesn’t cost a good leader anything to set a good standard for his citizens.”

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