To pray for a person simply means that such a person is important, hence the prayer. When a person is doing something very important for you, it is a good thing to pray for such a person. Well, a socialite did such when he took to his social media page to pray for members of the Nigerian army.
Chigozirim Emeakayi is a Muslim Igbo Man who is a self-proclaimed honorable minister in the ministry of internal bleeding and domestic disaster. Below is a screenshot from his Twitter handle which shows his titles.
The self-proclaimed honorable seems to draw the attention of many online users on his social media pages who interact with his posts. However, today, he took to his social media page on Facebook where he said a prayer for Nigerian soldiers.
Chigozirim prayed that God should protect our boys(soldiers), who are out there protecting us. His prayer attracted the attention of some Nigerians on social media who reacted.
See a screenshot of the post;
Chigozirim attached some pictures of Nigerian soldiers. In the photos he posted along with his prayer, one member of the Nigerian military could be seen lying down in the open forest while another could be seen inside a manhole cover.
See the pictures below;
Nigerians reacted to the post, see screenshots of their reactions;
I pray that may God continue to guide and protect our soldiers in Jesus name, amen.
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