Nigerian Leaders Must Embrace Inclusive Administration – Pastor Alade

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Pastor in Charge of Christ Apostolic Church, CAC, Ori Oke Aanu, Ojoo, Ibadan, Oyo State, Isaiah O. Alade popularly known as Son of Prophet (“Omo Woli”) has stressed the need for leaders in Authorities to embrace all inclusive administration and shun any act of vengeance against their perceived opponents.

Ọmọ Woli stated this while speaking with Newsmen shortly after the Nine Wednesdays Prophetic Prayers tagged “Mercy that Justifies” organised to pray for individuals, governments and the country as a whole, held on Ori Oke Aanu, Ojoo, Ibadan.

He said, vengeance is of the Lord which no man should revenge any evil done unto him, urging the elected to extend hands of fellowship to others to move the Nation’s forward, irrespective of political affiliations.

Pastor Isaiah O. Alade noted that, nothing concrete can be achieved in isolation, hence, the reason for everyone in the Country to work in Unity and make the society a better place to live.

Anyone in government, either President, Governor, Senator, House of Reps Member, State Assembly Member, no one should take vengeance, it is for God to take vengeance. We should all be just to everybody because God has assigned you to be leaders in government. You are to govern everybody, either they are Muslims, Christians, Pagans, Believers or even Unbelievers”.

Omo Woli, as fondly called, maintained that, peace and unity of Nigeria is sacrosanct, hence, the need for every Nigerian to put hands on desk in making sure that there is peaceful coexistence irrespective of religion, ethnicity and political affiliations.

Pastor Alade enjoined the government at all levels to formulate policies and Programmes that would centre on the People and reduce poverty in the country.

“Once God has made you a leader, then, forget politics and Concentrate on good governance that will be of immense benefit to all and sundry”.

While imploring the Religious Leaders in the country to intensify more prayers for prosperous Nation and the the Society, Pastor Isaiah O. Alade noted that he would not relent at praying for the people particularly, the worshippers on Ori Oke Aanu Ojoo Ibadan, where God has been showing Mercies to the people who diligently calls His name.

He called on Nigerians to continue to seek the face of the Lord in the New Year for guidance and socio-economic advancement of the nation.

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