Cleric tasks Nigerians on insecurity




Nigerians have been encouraged to be security conscious and give vital information to to arrest criminals in the country.

The spiritual father and chairman, Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church (CSMC) worldwide, Prophet Samuel Adefila Abidoye, who made the call at the international headquarters of the church, Galilee Land, while speaking to members of the media advisory board who paid him an official visit, Tuesday, said the people had a greater role to play in addressing the security challenges affecting the nation.

The prophet called on government at all levels to find lasting solution to the spate of kidnappings, banditry and other forms of criminality in the country.

He urged the federal government to look into youth restiveness, poverty eradication, hunger and other forms of hardship facing the citizens.

The cleric stated that most Nigerians find it difficult to eat three square meals a day and called on government to address the issue.

While expressing optimism that would soon be on the path to greatness, he called on Nigerians to remain steadfast in their faith.

He stated the need for humble supplications and repentance as necessary for the restoration of the people, and prayed against the insecurity and criminality in the country.

He applauded members of the board and challenged them to continue to the of the church and the gospel to salvage lost souls.

Responding, the vice chairman of the board, Special Apostle Wole Mosadomi said construction work would start on media center that would be equipped with modern broadcasting equipment.

He advised the Church to budget more fund for publicity, adding that documentary on the Church had reached advance stage.