- A former president, Olusegun Obasanjo on Tuesday, May 4, decried the different challenges bedevilling the nation
- The ex-president said it would be wrong for anyone to claim that everything is going on well in Nigeria
- According to Obasanjo, Nigerians must come together and pray for God's visitation on the nation for things to turnaround
Nigeria's former president Olusegun Obasanjo has said that it would be dishonest for anyone to say that everything is well with Nigeria.
Speaking at the event, Obasanjo however urged Nigerians and their well-wishers of the nation to keep their faith in God while believing that there would be a turnaround.
He said the country as a whole needs God's divine visitation to have things working for it again.
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Inviting God to visit Nigeria
The former president urged all children of God to seek His face for the said visitation.
“If you consider what is going on in our cities, our states, our country, our region of West Africa, our continent and indeed our globe, our world required crusade of this nature.
“Some people accused us, Christians of `religiosity’ without spirituality. Yes, that has been the position of the world even in the time of Jesus Christ, but should we lose hope? No.
“There is no time in the world that things have been bad that it is not the children of God that stood out."
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo receives August visitor in Abeokuta
Kemi Adeosun, an ex-minister of finance in Nigeria during the Goodluck Jonathan administration was in Abeokuta, Ogun state on Sunday, May 1.
The former minister visited Ogun state to meet with ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo in his Abeokuta residence.
According to Adeosun, Obasanjo is filled with so much wisdom and listening to him is like learning in the best executive classroom.
Obasanjo dismisses community policing, issues powerful statement over incessant security crisis
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo had issued a strong statement about the revitalization of local government and Nigeria's traditional system.
Obasanjo said the vast wealth of experience of local government chairmen is enough to earn them higher political offices.
He said there is a need for Nigeria to adopt the formation of a state police due to the reoccurring security crisis in the country.