Subsidy: Live moderately, Plateau cleric urges Nigerians
A Senior Pastor of Shepherd House Assembly International, Jos Plateau State, Rev. Tajan Moltok, has called on Nigerians to live a moderate life in order to mitigate the effect of removal of the fuel subsidy.
The cleric made the call during the Church`s mid-week evening service in Jos, noting Nigerians must prioritize their movements and expenditure as coping mechanisms to reduce hardship.
“ Adjust to the current realities of life and the economy. Live moderately and be flexible to adjust, “ he said.
While warning his members against living a fake lifestyle for society`s validation, Moltok said, being Christlike was the ultimate than pleasing people.
“If you usually eat whole chicken, you can reduce it to half, do not force yourself to live fake life, `he said.
The man of God advised that the current economy should also be a period for the congregants to reflect on having investment and multiple streams of income to handle life`s challenges, noting that the current situation is an excuse to compromised on integrity and take to crime, urging them to trust God to overcome difficult times