Mr. Adewale Giwa, the pastor of the Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, (ACCM), has called on the president of the federal republic of Nigeria to allow those who want to leave Nigeria to do so in peace. The pastor maintained that the country has witnessed a lot of crises and the people no longer feel safe due to what has been happening in the past few months.
Sighting the economic problems, Mr. Adewale Giwa, stated that the price of goods has increased, the full price has done up and other goods which used to be very easy to afford are now very expensive and all these are happening due to the inability of the government to effectively manage the economy.
In the statement released through Daily Post, Pastor Adewale Giwa told President Muhammadu Buhari to let the Biafran and the Oduduwa People go their separate ways and stop acting like one of the disciples in the bubble who refused to give freedom to its people.
He urged the leader of Biafra and Oduduwa to come together and make a solid construction which would guild their nation and prevent any problem which Nigeria has experienced over the years.
Source: Daily Post
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