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Business News of Monday, 27 December 2021

Source: www.thisdaylive.com

Cleric tasks FG on new strategies for national development

Prophet Israel Oladele Prophet Israel Oladele

The Founder, Celestial Church of Christ, Genesis Global, Prophet Israel Oladele, has charged the federal government to retsrategise policies to achieve an all inclusive economic growth for Nigeria.

According to him, going into 2023, there is an urgent need by the economic managers to implement sound economic policies to achieve the necessary change that would put Nigeria on a steady map of economic growth.

The Genesis Global General Overseer, stated this on the sidelines of its annual harvest tagged ‘Intact joy’ in Lagos.

In his words, “We should be positive going into 2023, we should not wait believing that things will change by itself. We need to restrategise for transformation, we need to implement the change we are expecting. We must think outside the box to move forward. The youths should not sit back hoping for things to change. They have to come into politics too. We need to speak out to fight for our right. You have to do what is right and get the right results and do not sell your conscience because of what you will get from people.”

“You know that if there is no love, no unity among leaders, churches a lot of things would go wrong. I am only imploring our leaders to come together and put their best into how to protect the nation. Everything is not all about prayers, we have to restrategise and brainstorm the way forward,” he said.
He also urged the Nigerian youths to avoid being used as instruments of destruction in the upcoming elections.

Oladele explained that they must rise up and take their rightful place by ensuring no more selling of votes and voters card.

He opined that they must research well about the candidates by learning about their lives before they vied for political position, saying that it is their responsibility as citizens.

“Our youths must rise up and take their rightful place. No more selling of votes, no more selling of voters card. The youths must not allow this to happen again. As a youth, they must not allow themselves to be used as an instrument of destruction, or to disrupt elections.Vote yes, but make those vote count by voting your conscience. Let us all research the candidates, learn about their lives before they vied for political position as we vote. It is our responsibility as citizens.” he urged.