PFN President, Bishop Wale Oke, Preaches Hope for Nigeria Despite Challenges

Bishop Wale Oke

The president of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Bishop Wale Oke, has said that God has heard the cries of the people in the country and that he forsees a better and stronger nation despite the problems the country is currently facing. 

The cleric made this statement on Friday at the 12th Edition of the Independent Newspapers Ltd. Thanksgiving Service in Lagos where he was the guest preacher. He was represented by the General Overseer of Calvary Kingdom Church, Lagos, Archbishop Joseph Imariba-Ojo.

Also, he admonished the citizens to be strong and not lose hope in the country. He said, “The days of social-economic challenges are numbered with the exit of older generations in governance and the advent of younger and pragmatic ones into the leadership circuit.

"God is working to raise a competent President of Nigeria among younger Nigerians to digitalise the nation’s economy for the common good. God Himself has heard the cries of his people and has put in place modalities to bring a national change of thinking, perception and tradition into the scheme to salvage the situation and make the economy good again.

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