Insecurity: Your Best Not Enough, Cleric Tells Buhari

Insecurity: Your Best Not Enough, Cleric Tells Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari
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Founder of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Reformation Land Special District Headquarters, Olunloyo, Ibadan, Prophet Timothy Arabambi has stated that the federal government has tried its best in security, but the best is not enough to stop senseless killing of innocent Nigerians.

Arabambi who made this statement while addressing journalists in Ibadan on Sunday told President Muhamadu Buhari that more strategies should be deployed to protect the lives and property of citizens across the country.

He further urged Nigeria government and Nigerians to seek the face of God in order to overcome the challenges confronting the country.

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Arabambi said: ‘Nigerian government has tried. They have done their best. But, their best is not the best to wipe this Boko Haram, insecurity, kidnapping and other things like that.

‘We have tried all the means, but, they are not working, then we have to go back to God, who created heaven and the Earth, who has the heart of the kidnappers and the people in government.

‘So, we have to go back to God. We have to seek his face. Fasting and prayer, with God it is equal to everything, but without God it is nothing. And this is the period.

“The problem we have this year, COVID-19, it has put everybody on his or her knee. That tells us that we have to go back to God.

‘We need to seek the face of God for his intervention.

‘The day of the lord is the day God intervened in the affairs of mankind. If God intervenes, those things would become things of the past.

‘This is a perilous time, we have to seek God, we have to find God. We have to be on the side of God. This is the time to prepare to meet God. Prepared to meet our God.’

 

AFRICA TODAY NEW, NEW YORK

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