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It’s Not Going To Be Easy But Nigeria Will Reach Its Promised Land – Jonathan‬‬

FROM LEFT WIFE OF BISHOP DAVID ABIOYE, PASTOR MARY ABIOYE, BISHOP DAVID ABOIYE, PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN, MASTER ARIWERA JONATHAN AT THE LIVING FAITH CHURCH GOSHEN, NEAR KEFFI NASARAWA STATE

FROM LEFT WIFE OF BISHOP DAVID ABIOYE, PASTOR MARY ABIOYE, BISHOP DAVID ABOIYE, PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN, MASTER ARIWERA JONATHAN AT THE LIVING FAITH CHURCH GOSHEN, NEAR KEFFI NASARAWA STATE

President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday assured that despite the challenges confronting the country, Nigeria will get to its Promised Land the same way the Biblical children of Israel did.

‪‪The president, who spoke at a church service he attended at Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel at Goshen City, Nasarawa State, likened the Nigerian situation to that of the national football team, the Super Eagles, who came from three goals down to defeat their Moroccan counterparts in the quarter finals of the CHAN African championship in South Africa.

“Those of you who watched that match saw that it was not easy at the beginning, it was as if Nigeria would be demolished, but all of a sudden, the young men came very strong and we won. That is how it will be with the story of this country”, Jonathan said.

‪‪He urged Bishop David Abioye to continue to pray for the country, as there was no alternative to the power of prayers.

His words: “With your prayers and commitment, we will get to the destination. The Promised Land has never been an easy one for any nation; it was not easy for the Israelites and I promise that my colleagues and I will continue to do what is right for this country”.
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‪Admitting that as mere mortals, there could be errors here and there in running the affairs of the country, the president said his administration was committed to doing what is right at all-times.

In his remarks, Bishop Abioye commended the president for signing the anti-gay bill into law, saying the decision taken by Jonathan on same s*x marriage was a decision in defence of the church, as well as a decision in the morality of the nation that protects the culture of the black race.

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2 comments

  1. This is how GEJ will be running to church to decieve believers to see u as a saint while you are the devil himself! I just hope our religious leaders will cease giving u that opportunity to come to the church because its a sacred place that needs to be kept pure! U promised of fresh breathe but Nigerians are suffocating…..what is the difference between now and when there was still full subsidy? Our $48.9 billion is still missing, where is it? In an individual’s account! U brought up the. A minister was investigated by the lower chamber of the National assembly for corruption and they concluded her appointment needs to be reviewed! What did Mr president do? Nothing! All because he wants her to use the money she stole from our treasury for his campaign come 2015. U better advice yourself and leave that seat for competent hands to sit!

  2. oruikor gabriel jeremiah

    uld choose he who will lead well

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