President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Supo Ayokunle, and the President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Wale Oke, have urged Nigerians to keep faith that Nigeria will be a better place, peace shall be restored.
They said Nigeria would never have similar fate as Afghanistan where the Taliban overthrown the government of the country. However, they lamented the increasing rate of insecurity in Nigeria.
The Media Office of the PFN President said in a statement on Tuesday that Ayokunle and Oke spoke in Ibadan, Oyo State, at the opening of the eight-day Annual Holy Ghost Convention of The Sword of the Spirit Ministries with the theme, ‘Abundant rain.’
Ayokunle said, “Violence will become a thing of the past in Nigeria in Jesus name. All Nigerians, from the youngest to the oldest, shall dwell in safety in Jesus name.
“I prophesy to you Nigeria and Nigerians that our economy is going to bounce back and Nigeria will flourish; Nigerians will flourish and people in the Diaspora will rush back home and possess their possessions.
“Nigerians, henceforth, you will not be fugitives anywhere anymore. The name, Nigeria, shall be respected everywhere. The lost glory shall be restored in full. Nigeria is not going to become an Afghanistan; no Taliban is going to take over here. We tear every false prophecy concerning Nigeria apart in Jesus name.
“The Lord spoke to me overnight on Friday to Saturday concerning Nigeria from the book of Ezekiel 34:25-30. In Nigeria we shall dwell safely. No more terrorists, no more insurgent attacks, no more herdsmen attack and kidnappings. There will be abundance of employment.”
Oke, who preached peace, also prayed for an end to corruption, kidnapping, killings, terrorism and other forms of insecurity bedeviling the land.
“We terminate corruption in Nigeria. We terminate Boko Haram insurgents; we terminate kidnapping and all manners of crimes in the land. There shall be peace in Nigeria,” he prayed.