Anglican bishop cries out for Nigerians in severe pain
By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria
The Minister of Ibadan Ward, the Most Reverend Joseph Akinfenwa, has said the ongoing monetary climate has tossed numerous Nigerians into serious torment in spite of the commitment that it will be for a brief time frame.
Akinfenwa expressed this in his message at a help during which the Primate of the Congregation of Nigeria, Anglican Fellowship, Most Fire up. Henry Ndukuba, sanctified four new ministers for the congregation at the Ecclesiastical overseer Vining Dedication House of prayer Church, Ikeja, Lagos on Sunday.
Among those sanctified are the new Priest of the Anglican Bishopric of Lagos, Ifedola Okupevi; and Ebenezer Saiki, the new Bishop of the Akoko Edo Diocese.
Others are Admired Collins Babalola of the Anglican See of Ajayi Crowther and Revered Festus Nwafili of Ndokwa Ward.
Speaking, Akinfenwa said, “Regardless of whether we say it is transitory, actually individuals are in extreme torment. Also, when individuals are pushed to tears, pastors offer their shoulders for individuals to rest on and cry upon.
“Regardless of all the commotion of love in the land, who isn’t humiliated by the degree of defilement, wrongdoing, and terrible culture in the country? It is frequently asserted that a society receives the leadership it deserves. Indeed, even the pioneer that was portrayed as the encapsulation of honesty and the boss of hostile to debasement, for quite some time, defilement for all intents and purposes gave him a knockout.”
“Don’t be distracted,” he advised the men of God. There is a great deal of work to be finished. This is the work of the devil. This ought to be viewed as a challenge rather than an accomplishment. This ought to be taken as a request for assistance.