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Religious leaders should pray for Nigeria, says cleric

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Founder of the Love of Christ Generation Church, Cherubim and Seraphim (C&S), Rev. Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi, has urged religious leaders to continue to pray for Nigeria to overcome its challenges.

The cleric spoke when she hosted Executive members of the Lagos Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ).

She stressed the need for Nigerians to be more prayerful, saying there can’t be peace in the midst of crisis.

Rev. Ajayi promised to continue praying for Nigeria and expressed optimism that war would not break out in the country.

She said: “He is God of new beginning. Nothing is impossible for Him to do. God always has a way of restoring calmness in Nigeria whenever there is a crisis.”

The cleric denied having a private jet but said:

“I see a private jet as an instrument of evangelism. I have ridden in chartered private jets with associates during a few gospel trips.

“I don’t want a private jet or wealth that won’t make me to be in a position to help the poor or the needy.”

Rev. Ajayi said the work of Christianity is about making life meaningful for the less privileged.

“I am one of the major funders of Moses Orimolade University at Omu-Aran in Kwara State. My plan is to make the university cheaper and affordable for Nigerians who are not well to do.”

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