Nigeria’s first female elected deputy Governor, Ayanke Sinatu Aderoju Ojikutu(Nee Adeoba), has disclosed God’s revelation to her on the way forward to salvaging our country Nigeria.
This was contained in her message to the KWARA PEOPLE MAGAZINE RAMADAN LECTURE, which took place at NUJ Press Center, Ilorin, last weekend.
The former deputy Governor of Lagos state whose message was read by the Publisher of Kwara People magazine, Hon. Abdul-Hameed Oladipupo Alli (Mr. Nigeria), disclosed further that the “Insincerity of leaders in Nigeria, with no love of the nation or her people, are amongst the problems of this country.
She calls on Nigerians especially Workers to observe Fasting and Pray throughout the Nation on the occasion of the forthcoming Workers Day celebration, to further secure better future for our children and the country and generations yet unborn.
In her words, “all Presidential, Gubernatorial Chairmanship, Senatorial, House of Representatives candidates should renounce their second citizenship of any country with immediate effect to stop the situations where they cart away our wealth and seek protection after sabotaging the country.
She calls on Nigerians to start the recitation of the prayer *Oh God*( for xtians)Oh Allah (Muslims) *Stop corrupters, End corruption in Nigeria*
This should be the simple prayer on the lips of everyone that means well for this nation and wants her to survive.
She attributes lack of fear of God in execution of all essential projects that will make life productive and livable with devilish ways out of the consequences in mind to another reason for our problems.
“As a people, we have to identify what corruption is and call on God for help for the will to stop appreciating corrupters and put an end to it through individual and collective efforts…This is the only way this country will not perish as a nation”.
She emphasised that this prayer point covers the insecurities, poverty and lack of essential amenities across the nation which are deep rooted in corruption.
This May Day should be observed with sobriety and fasting alongside the usual exhibiting of grievances as all these are offshoots of inequalities.
“Sincerity of leadership and followership in dealing with ourselves and the affairs of the nation will foster prosperity”; she concludes.