The former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani, has lamented, claiming that Nigeria would have been a better country if Nigerians are more Godly.
According to a tweet he made on his verified twitter handle, the former senator stated it clearly that if Nigerians are Godly as much as they are religious, Nigeria as a country would have been more peaceful and better.
In Nigeria today, there are thousands of Mosques and churches in different parts of the country, yet nothing is moving well across the country. Almost on a daily bases, killings and other crimes are being reported in different parts of the country, yet we claim to be religious.
Based on what Shehu Sani has just said here, I really think that he made a vital point. Nigeria would have been a better country if we chose to be Godly, instead of being religious. Most of the successful countries in the world are not religious, but they are God's fearing. We pray that God sees us through in the country.
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