- The National Assembly has announced its plan to hold a breakfast prayer session against insecurity situation in Nigeria
- The prayer session will be organised by lawmakers under the aegis of Christian Legislators’ Fellowship
- It will take place at the National Assembly complex on Thursday, October 31
The leadership of the National Assembly on Friday, October 25, concluded plans to organise a national breakfast prayer session against the security challenges in Nigeria.
The prayer session which will be held at the National Assembly on Thursday, October 31, is being organised by lawmakers under the aegis of Christian Legislators’ Fellowship.
It will also mark the 10th anniversary of the fellowship since its establishment.
The special guest for the prayer session is President Muhammadu Buhari with Senate President, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan as the chief host.
Speaking on the event, the president of the CLF, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha, who represents Taraba South senatorial district said, prayer changes things.
Bwacha also noted that while Nigeria is making progress, the country is not yet where it out to be presently.
"Ernest prayers will change our situation for the better. Even our Armed forces admit that Nigeria needs prayers to overcome insurgency and the numerous security challenges," Bwacha said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Senate president, Ahmad Lawan, had alleged that some ministeries were inflating the prices of projects on the budget.
Lawan said the senate during the budget defence process would ensure that all issues of overpricing by ministeries are addressed.
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