Apostle Johnson Suleman – Roadmap To Becoming A Blessed Nation

Marking the independence day of Nigeria on October 1st 2020, tagged, Nigeria @60 together, Apostle Johnson Suleman the Senior Pastor of Omega fire Ministries was live on Celebration TV as Instructed by God for a call to duty for the government of the country. This is all to reconcile the need for becoming a blessed nation. Standing on the promise of “Malachi 3:12 that all nation shall call you blessed”.

While speaking, the Apostle said the country has only witnessed rulers and president except Leaders. And clearly stated that a country cannot strive without effective leadership and legacy which can be related to uniuson, transparency and accountability.

Apostle Johnson Suleman outlined the achievements and failures the country has encountered in the areas of infrastructure, security, power, agriculture, education, healthcare, and job creation, among others. While Poor Economic Growth, Mismanagement of Covid-19 Funds, Naira Devaluation, Inflation, Fuel Hike, Security Challenge, Electricity Tariff increase, High rate of Unemployment all amounted to the failures of the government. He didn’t fail either to map out measure to curb the situation highlighting the possible solutions.

Also he said, knowing fully well that hitting on the failures only will not be a fair judgement, he took it upon himself to emphasize on the fact that, there have been achievements but not commensurable with the failures the country has encountered in the past 5 years of the Muhammadu Buhari regime.

The Apostle frowned so much considering the bad state of the country @60 and further emphasized on the need for leaders to consciously live for legacy.

However, he ended the broadcast with direct prophetic words from God for the country and prayed for God-fearing leadership and a better Nigeria.

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