- Clerics under the National Inter-Faith and Religious Organisation for Peace (NIFROP) have started praying against destabilisation
- NIFROP also announced the launch of its 21 days prayer warfare sessions in Nigeria
- According to the religious group, there is a need to cleanse Nigeria of all demonic spirit causing trouble across the nation
The National Inter-Faith and Religious Organisation for Peace (NIFROP), on Thursday, November 12, began 21-day warfare and intercessory prayers against agents of destabilisation troubling the country.
The group officially started its campaign to cleanse Nigeria of the demonic spirit at the Unity Fountain, Abuja.
While welcoming peaceful protests seeking positive change, Sheik Adamu said the last mass action had a spiritual undertone.
The Sheikh said:
"We have come together for several years under one umbrella and praying to God for divine intervention in the affairs of Nigeria."
He called on all Nigerians to pray for the country as they do not have any other place to call home.
"Our hopes and aspirations for Nigeria are built on the promises of God to deliver us in times of need, such as these when agents of darkness have conspired against us."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that there seems to be hope for the #EndSARS movement as the government of the United Kingdom has responded to a petition calling for commonwealth action against Nigerian authorities.
The UK government had received a petition with 219,665 signatures seeking that some top officials in the Nigerian government be sanctioned.
In the petition, the group of Nigerians asked the UK government to invoke policy that allows it to sanction anyone that has no respect for human rights in the world.
Also, Nigerian renowned human rights activist and senior advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana, has been dragged to the International Criminal Court at the Hague.
A suit was filed against Falana by a Nigerian lawyer, Joseph Nwaegbu, for being a key player in the #EndSARS protest that took place across the country.
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