The Senior Pastor of Landmark International Baptist Church, Reverend Joe Onuche has suggested that religious division is the reason for insecurity and other challenges being faced by the country. He made this known during a prayer programme held in his church recently.
He explained that some group of individuals carry out evil activities that disrupts the peace of the country all in the name of religion and these activities have made it impossible for foreign investors to contribute to the development of Nigeria. As regards the Muslim Muslim presidential ticket of the All Progressive Congress (APC), he said that the country was not ripe for such ticket as it will cause more harm than good.
The clergyman further revealed that seeking the face of God for divine intervention is the only solution to restore the country back to normalcy. He also urged all Nigerians to speak against any form of evil against the country irrespective of political, religious or ethnic difference.
Source: Daily Post News
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