- There is hope for Nigeria according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
- The VP said the type of peace, security and prosperity the country will experience will be unprecedented
- Osinbajo made this known during the 108th annual convention of the Nigerian Baptist Convention
The future is bright for the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has declared.
Speaking at the 108th annual convention of the Nigerian Baptist Convention in Ogun state, he said God has a promise for the nation.
The vice president said this despite the insecurity facing the country, Channels TV reports.
Osinbajo said as a result of the promise of God, Nigeria would soon become a place of peace, prosperity and a secured place to live in.
He said, in fact, the type of prosperity the nation will witness will be such that has never been seen before on this continent of Africa and even beyond, The Sun added.
Going further, referencing the movement of the Israelite from Egypt, the vice president and Redeemed church pastor said things might be difficult at present but it will end well.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported about Osinbajo declaring that there is hope that Nigeria will have its own COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the VP, a private university in Osun state is already working on producing the vaccine. Specifically, he said the Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun state, is on top of the situation.
Osinbajo disclosed this while representing President Muhammadu Buhari virtually at a forum organised by the Nigerian Academy of Engineering.
In another development, Osinbajo declared that Nigeria's unity requires equity, justice, and fairness.
Professor Osinbajo made the comment on Friday, March 12, while delivering a convocation lecture at the Sokoto State University.
A statement sent to Legit.ng by Laolu Akande, spokesman of the vice president noted that the lecture was titled Nigeria: Some Defining Issues for the Future.
The statement quoted the vice president as saying:
“We must not overlook any fears or allegations of marginalization or discrimination on account of religion or ethnicity..."