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Your Prayers A Citizens Can End Insecurity In Nigeria – Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

Ifeanyi Okowa

Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has come out to urge Nigerians to seek God’s face for the solution to Nigeria’s security problems.

Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa recently revealed this at a Special Thanksgiving Service by him and his family at the Government House Chapel, Asaba.

According to him, insecurity and the persisting downturn in the economy of the nation is starting to overwhelme relevant authorities, and only God’s intervention via intensive supplications by citizens can end our problems.

He added that there is serious and scary insecurity in the land, and Delta is not an exception.

His words, “There is insecurity in the land and Delta is not an exception but God will continue to intervene.

“The present insecurity in the country is greater than the presidency and the governors; it requires God’s intervention, and therefore, we must continue to pray for God to intervene.

“We are here to give thanks again because not too long ago, I had thanksgiving. The Lord has been faithful and remains faithful to me, my family, and Delta State.

“I recognise the many challenges of this year. We saw something we had not seen before; it’s COVID-19 and it’s still on.

“At a time people thought it was about going, but the second wave is back all over the world and Nigeria is not spared. There is reason to give thanks to God over our lives because a lot of people are dying daily.

“As Nigerians, we have not seen what people are seeing in those parts of the world being ravaged by the pandemic. His grace abounds and has continued to sustain us and we do not need to take it for granted.

“The COVID-19 has impacted negatively on our economy and beyond all these, we are still alive. God has kept us.”


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