By Wilson Adekumola
Chairman, Unification of Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church Worldwide,”Ayo Ni O”,in USA and Canada, Most Senior Special Apostle Gabriel A Kazeem has urged the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to involve God in all his activities so that he can have a successful administration.
According to Vanguard, the clergyman made this disclosure while speaking with journalists on the sidelines of the just concluded weeklong international conference of the C&S in Orile-Igbon, Ilorin-Ogbomoso expressway.
He advise Nigerian leaders to show righteousness through their actions and let almighty God reigns supreme in their lives.
While expressing optimism that incoming administration will fulfill his promise of renewed hope, the cleric, urged Nigerians to be patient with the incoming administration.
Prophet Kazeem, who is also a Board of Trustee member of the church particularly called on the President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu to put the right people in the center of policies so that he can address the challenges Nigeria is facing.
He said, ”Nigeria has been described as one of the religious countries in the world. But we need to do more so that all the challenges Nigeria is facing today will be eradicated. Nigerians, particularly our leaders need to demonstrate our righteousness through our actions.”
He also said that, “The new government if they want to succeed they put the people at the centre of their policies and programmes.
He added that,”They should not think about self only. Many Nigerian leaders had travelled to the developed world and seen how things have been working well in those places. And they will return to Nigeria and continue in their old ways. Not a few of them put riches above God.
“I want the incoming government to be godly. Nigerians should be patient with the incoming president. They should also face the future with renewed hope that he had promised.” he said.
Also, Apostle Timothy Adewoye urged all Nigerians to support every government in power with prayers.
“We have prayed for the incoming president to succeed and govern with the fear of God for the benefit of all Nigerians,” he added.