NewsReel 15/4/15 - A Congratulatory Message To The President-Elect And Nigerians

 [ Masterweb Reports: Press Release For Immediate Release ] - On behalf of our nation (Nigeria) and the Nigerians, World Pastors’ Forum Commission in Nigeria is expressing gratitude unto God for the just concluded peaceful general election in the country beginning from the Presidential, National House of Assembly, Governorship and State Houses of Assembly which went smoothly without any upheaval as an answer to the prayers of Saints in the country.

 


We prayed for peaceful election and God answered our prayers disgracing all the prophets of doom for the country. To be sincere to all Nigerians, we owe God thanks for preserving our nation and for the fact that, the situation in the country after the election did not turn us to be refugees in another country.

 


 

Indeed, the commission would like to congratulate the President-Elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) and Prof. Yemi Osinbajo as the Vice President-Elect for their unprecedented victory on March 28 Presidential Polls. Without any iota of doubt, it is a call to greater responsibility implementing the expected promised change that Nigerians would love to see. I therefore call on Gen. Buhari to be magnanimous in victory and use his stature as a statesman to reunite the country.

 


 

Likewise, the commission would also like to congratulate all State Governors’ Elect for their unparalleled victory on April 11 Governorship election. Indeed, it is now time to get ready to deliver the dividends of democracy to the electorate for them not to feel being used to get to the position of power to realize selfish ambitions. However, with our mandate in the commission as a global spiritual platform of ministry without walls on an itinerary mission, giving spiritual leverage, addressing spiritual cases with joint force of pastors by standing in the gap empowering families, leaders, churches, pastors and the governments.

 


 

The commission would continue to encourage all Nigerians not to relent in our prayers for the nation as well as for the incoming administrations at the Federal and State levels for peace, the endowment of the spirit of wisdom, courage and sound health. It is our collective spiritual responsibility recognizing the place of prayer in nation building (Ps 127:1).

 


 

Therefore, as we anticipate the transition of government, both the incoming government and Nigerians must pay attention to the following to make Nigeria great:

 

  • Pursuing the interest of Nigeria above personal interest, away forward

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  • Government at all levels and well meaning Nigerians must embrace responsibility of empowering other Nigerians for a better future. It takes Nigerians to make Nigeria great so, we should see 20 years, 30 years and 50 years down the line now.

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  • Embracing righteousness in all sectors as it exalts a nation (Prov. 14:34).

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  • Pursuing the unity of Nigeria without any segregation or discrimination on the basis of the religion, tribes and political affiliations.

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  • Knowing fully well that there is no peace for the wicked.


 

Finally, I would love to commend the INEC Chairman, Attahiru Jega for his efforts, courage and innovative processes to ensure free and fair election in the country. Final salutation goes to President Goodluck Jonathan for a keenly contested race and for conceding to defeat based on the outcome of the election. The President has no doubt earned his place indelibly in the history of the country.

 


 

This is a victory for Nigeria; this is a victory for our democracy.

God bless World Pastors’ Forum Commission

God bless Nigeria.

 


 

Apostle Sunday Igbalaloju

President

World Pastors’ Forum Commission (WPFC)

08183789313

 

*Photo Caption - Nigeria President-Elect General Muhammadu Buhari(rtd.)

 
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