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Jonathan’s Leadership Will Deliver The Purpose of God For Nigeria– Rev. Dandy

REV. DANDY - FLOWING PIXRev. Patrick Dandy of All souls Christian Centre (Home of Transformation) has declared that the leadership of President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration will deliver the purpose of God for Nigeria.

The clergy who made the declaration at the end of a 4 day prophetic relocation with the theme: “No More Shame and Reproach” which ended on the 23rd of March, 2014 at the church auditorium in Rumuigbo, Obio/Akpor LGA, noted that what Jonathan is doing in Nigeria is like a foundation laying that will stand the test of time.

Rev. Dandy who also responded on the menace of Boko Haram in the country stated that what has happened in Nigeria was capable of causing war, if it were to be in other countries of the world, adding that God could not allow such, because of his love for Nigeria.

The man of God added that Nigeria will remain one indivisible country, whether Boko Haram or not, pointing out that those that are killing innocent people in the name of Boko Haram are already digging their graves.

Rev. Dandy observed that 2014 is a year of supernatural speed, a year to reach out to the orphanages, open up employment opportunities to better the lots of the people and not just to preach the gospel. He urged his members and the people of God to be faithful and ready to receive bountifully from God.

The guest speaker at the event, Bishop Ralph Gift Innocent described the programme as opportunity to make prophetic utterances, to redirect the mindset of the people of God and keep them free from reproaches. He expressed satisfaction on the report in the last year youth week celebration that engaged youths in one job or the other, owing to the dividends of that event, which he was one of the guest speakers, last year.

Responding on the security situation of the country, Bishop Innocent, blamed Nigerian government on its inability to put a stop to the Boko Haram insurgence, adding that government has all it takes to take a decisive measure on the situation, but decided to see the sect as invisible people, which he said they are not.

He, however, charged the men of God and Christians to be more committed in prayers, pointing out that they should not gather people because of what they got from politicians. ###

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