Sins are the real causes of Nigeria's challenges - Ayodele

Sins are the real causes of Nigeria's challenges - Ayodele

- Olayinka Ayodele, the founder of Mountain of Light of the World Church Inc. C&S has stressed the need for the Nigerians to have God's fear

- The husband to the founder, Adebayo Ayodele, connected the nation's many challenges with the sins in the country

- Adebayo said that more things will keep going awry in the country if people are not conscious of godliness

Prophetess Olayinka Ayodele, the founder of the Mountain of Light of the World Church Inc. C&S, during the church's annual thanksgiving spoke passionately about the state of the nation.

In a chat with The Nation, the church’s founder stressed the need for the country’s citizens to come close to God in the face of the nation’s pressing political and socio-economic challenges.

She also said that Nigeria’s leaders should emulate God’s mercy in dealing with the diverse plights the masses are going through, adding that suffering awaits the nation without the fear of Almighty.

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Her husband, Apostle Adebayo Ayodele, put the direct blame of the nation’s many challenges on the sins that are in the land, adding that people must repent.

Like his wife, he also said that issues like kidnapping, killing, financial corruption are happening because people do things without considering God.

“The land is polluted with bloodshed, theft, immorality, banditry, and kidnapping etc because of lack of fear of God.

"The country is good, the only thing that is bad in Nigeria is the crop of leaders we have today. Many are saying Nigeria will, but I will tell nothing of such will happen, we are in the dire situation because the leaders failed to lead with the fear of God," he said.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that in the wake of Shiloh 2019 organised by the Living Faith Church Worldwide, the founder, Bishop David Oyedepo, has described the passage of the Social Media Regulatory Bill by the National Assembly as a stone-age mentality.

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Oyedepo while speaking at an encounter night of Shiloh 2019 on Friday, December 6, said the lobbying and sponsorship of the bill popularly referred to as the hate speech bill is unbelievable.

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