Chairman, Benue State Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Archbishop Yiman Orkwa, has advised Nigerians to see the challenges bedevilling the country as a step towards restoring her lost glory.
In a press statement issued by his media aide, Deacon Ortindi Baka, the cleric noted that the nation has been facing series of challenges but hinted that the challenges will eventually make the nation stronger.
He explained that the only thing the Nigerians needed, irrespective of their beliefs, is to intensify prayers without ceasing, while assuring that God is ready to free the country from trials.
The CAN boss who reiterated his call to ministers of God throughout the country to always pray for the nation, assured that the hand of God will manifest on the nation and security challenges would soon be a thing of the past.
According to him, “the reason why God does not answer prayers is because they limit their prayers to an individual instead of allowing God to give them direction. For Nigeria, we should intensify more efforts to intercede for the nation because all the challenges confronting the nation today will soon become a thing of the past.”
“With man there is limitation but with God there is no limitation and there is nothing in this world without solution if God is involved through our Lord Jesus Christ,” Orkwa concluded.