Reverend Israel Akanji of the First Baptist Church, Garki, Abuja has charged Nigerians to not only discuss about the problems ravaging the country but also pray for the country.
The Reverend gave the charge during the first service of the year on Wednesday in Abuja. He further advised citizens to help leaders in prayer and also counsel them constructively.
On how the country can attain great height irrespective of the government’s intervention. Reverend Akanji tasked everyone to help at least one person a day by either word of advice, financially, emotionally and whichever positive way they can.
On the part of the jobless and unemployed, he appealed to the youths on creativity, he gave instances of the work force of Nigerians in diaspora and their doggedness. Adding that youth need not wait for government in order to make ends meet or survive when they can be self employed.
Reverend Akanji however appealed to the Government to support the youth while decrying the spate of kidnapping in the country calling for joint action and collaboration to rid the country of incessant killings and corruption.