Peace ambassador urges Nigerians to pray for leaders

An ambassador for peace, William Yaji, has called on Nigerians to remain steadfast in their prayers for the leadership of the country.
Yaji, a resident of Masaka in neighbouring Nasarawa state, made the call recently, saying that prayers “can go a long way in determining the good performance of leaders.”
He said since leadership “comes from Almighty God,” Nigerians should pray for “anyone that is the leader to achieve his/her aims.”
“God is the giver of leadership; all we need to do is to pray for them so that their performances can be of good qualities and the country will move forward,” he said.
The ambassador said he was committed to the plight of widows, children and youths in order to build a good society where peace and unity would reign supreme.
He advised youths not to waste their time on “greedy politicians who are bent on spoiling the country without being ready to empower the youth,” urging them to shun any form of vices as they were the ones to “give Nigeria a good name.”
Yaji also appealed to the federal government to assist the communities that were attacked recently in Adamawa state, “especially those that fled to Gulak.”