2019 Poll: Okafor, Fufeyin, Suleiman Ask Nigerians To Pray For Peace

* Pastor (Dr.) Chris Okafor Liberation Ministry (left) and Senior Prophet Jeremiah Omotofufeyin,Christ Mercy Land Delivering Ministry Warri ,Delta State.

 

Nigerians have been called upon to pray fervently for peace to reign during and immediately after the forthcoming Saturday presidential and governorship election in the country.

Three men of God; Senior Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin of Christ Mercy Land Delivering   Ministry  Warri ,Delta State,  Dr Chris Okafor of the  Liberation Ministry and  Apostle  Johnson Suleiman  of the Omega Fire Ministry, Auchi Edo State  made the call at an all night  joint prayer session for the nation in Lagos on Sunday night..

The men of God admonished Christians and other Nigerians  to pray for peace to reign during and after the election, adding that all the gladiators are brothers and Nigerians and that when we all leave in peace, the country would be better for it.

They further counsel that the preoccupation of the people at this period in time is to pray to God and ask Him to chose the right leaders for us , leaders who will have the interest of the masses at heart.

They further stated that Nigeria is the only country we have,adding that we should try at all times to pray for peace to reign in the land.

During the joint prayer session , the clergymen pray against the plans of those, who might be plotting to cause crisis and bloodshed in the country, asking God to expose them before their plots could come to reality.

“There must be no bloodshed, no confusion or commotion in the land, Nigeria must be great during and after the election”, they declared.

” We pray that whatever the enemy has plan for the country , God should not allow it to come to pass. There should be no bloodshed in the country, the peace of God should reign” they said.

 

 

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