Worship (Christian and Muslim)

Recession: Nigerians urged to be thankful

Nigerians have been charged to be thankful to God despite the current economic recession in the country.

A cleric, Pastor Ademola Popoola gave the advise  in his sermon delivered at a service of the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church, Ilorin District Headquarters recently.

Pastor Popoola called on them to always praise God for His love, provision and protection on individuals and the nation.

Meanwhile, Nigerians especially officer and men of the Nigerian Army have again been challenged to be ready to sacrifice for the unity, oneness and progress of the nation.

A Cleric, Major Reverend Yakub David gave the charge in his sermon delivered at the Saint Michael Catholic Church, Sobi Cantonment, Ilorin recently.

Major David who spoke on the topic “service for your Nation sacrifice accepted by God, ” called on members of the Nigerian Army to work diligently in ensuring the oneness of the country.

The Cleric implored Nigerians to look at their achievements and failures with the hope of making corrections where necessary.

He urged members of the forces to obey constituted authority and defend the nation at all times.

Major David advised the people to be contended, do good to all and touch others positively to ensure an egalitarian society.

In his speech, the Commander 22 Brigade, Sobi, Colonel Ola Falade noted that the unity of the country is not negotiable.

Colonel Falade explained that the Nigerian Army would continue to ensure a peaceful and harmonious relationship with their neighbours and citizens.

He stated that the Brigade would carry out community service outreach especially free medical health care within its neighboring communities.

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