The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Kaduna State chapter, has expressed hope that God will do something great in Nigeria.
The state CAN chairman, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, enjoined Christians all over the country to be fervent in prayers, especially in next year’s elections for God’s chosen leaders to emerge to pilot the country’s affairs in the way of the Lord.
He said this after the association’s Christmas carol on Sunday. Nigerians have suffered a lot, and we believed the Almighty father, in His infinite mercy will remember the country as He favoured Mary to be the mother of Jesus Christ, the saviour of the world,” he said.
He urged Nigerians to continue to seek the face of the Almighty concerning the affairs of the country and ask for God’s intervention so the country’s lost glory will be restored and take its place in the community of nations.
According to Rev. Hayab, “The God we serve is a merciful God that showered His mercy not because of our righteousness but because He is merciful, He will by faith shower His mercy upon the country and give us God fearing President and other leaders that will work for the full restoration of the land in peace, unity and development.”
He believed that favour is coming the way of Nigeria, especially in the 2023 elections but enjoined Nigerians to pray for God’s mercy upon the land so that the citizens would once again live in peace and harmony, saying that it is the only way Nigerians could adequately showcase their potentials to the whole world.
The Secretary of Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA), Rev. Yunusa Nmadu, also expressed hope that Nigeria would get better and urged Christians to always preach peace and love to all Nigerians for the sustenance of peaceful coexistence.
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He explained that the gunmen invaded the village in the morning hours and went away with the victims, including women and children numbering about 40 riding on motorcycles. Learn more