Nigeria at 61: It’s time to divide the country – Giwa to Buhari

Nigeria at 61: It’s time to divide the country – Giwa to Buhari

Adewale Giwa, senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, has once again urged President Muhammadu Buhari to relinquish control of Nigeria and stop pressuring the people to be united.

In an Independence Day address made accessible to DAILY POST on Friday, October 1st, 2021, Giwa stated that Nigeria has little to show for its 61-year existence.

According to the monk, the country has had the misfortune of having bad leaders who continue to punish the people on purpose.

“It’s a pity that Africa’s most populous country is still struggling with reliable energy at the age of 61. What are the advantages of being a Nigerian citizen? Why do they keep punishing the people on purpose?” In a statement made accessible to DAILY POST, Giwa raises questions.

“What happens to God’s natural resources?” Nigeria, unfortunately, continues to produce terrible and evil leaders that fail to put God first in whatever they do.

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

“It’s time to let go of Nigeria and heed to God’s voice before things spiral out of control. Tell me how you want to keep citizens united when you’re protecting your own people, but you’re imprisoning individuals who are considered to be fighting for their people?

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“You can’t preach unity while your body language promotes terrorists, and you can’t keep oppressing the people while failing to maintain justice and equity. The cornerstone of God’s throne is righteousness and justice. He cannot be unjust because he is just. God is the one who determines and establishes 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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