"Praying for Nigeria," she wrote in a recent Twitter message.
The Brooklyn-based pop star, model, and songwriter known professionally as Enisa (also known as Eniola by Nigerians after her performance with Davido) issued this clarion call not long after Davido also tweeted on his account, "God, help Nigeria." We're exhausted at this stage.
According to a Yoruba proverb, "an old man who runs endlessly through thorns is either chasing something or being chased by something."
A condition that can prompt a pop singer like Davido to call for prayers for Nigeria, as well as a US-based singer and a foreigner, indicates that Nigeria is in desperate need of prayers.
So, in order to overcome Nigeria's problems, do we need prayer or self-adopted laws and principles?
Many fans on Enisa's page have expressed their approval and opinions. Some agreed to pray, while others believed that Nigeria needed more than prayers.
What does Nigeria need more than prayers in this time of turmoil, with massacres, kidnappings, and tribal fights?
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