Some people have already started complaining bitterly about the situation in the country especially the Nigerian electoral that it has pushed some people to start thinking of either relocating or accepting another country’s citizenship.
In fact, with the recently concluded election in Osun state and the re-run that saw the All Progressive Congress (APC) taking the sit of power, it has left many wondering what will become of Nigeria in some years to come.
As the country is set to celebrate its 58 years of Independence come October 1st, 2018, the General overseer of the Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministries (CLAM), Pastor Wole Oladiyun, is optimistic that there is still hope for Nigeria no matter the challenges it is beclouded with.
Pastor Wole stated that the country belongs to the youths and they need to use the business knowledge they have acquired to form a team and go into politics to make the country better rather than hoping on the same faces who have failed consistently.
According to the man of God during his Sunday sermon on the 30th of September, 2018, he said, “The Lord God will uphold Nigeria so that it can stand the test of time. God will give us a better Nigeria not with the same faces that are there o. The youths needs to come together and think, synergize through a group and see how they can use the knowledge they have acquire to make money and get someone to represent them. The truth is you need money for election and the people there cannot help. Nigeria will be 58, I believe as a man of God there is hope for the country.”