The only force that is capable of bringing about positive change in Nigeria and saving the West African country from doom is for Christians to manifest true love, a Nigerian Catholic Bishop has said.
The Bishop of Nigeria’s Catholic Diocese of Nsukka has urged the people of God in the country to work towards disregarding the things that divide them and instead to foster the common humanity that unites them.
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Nsukka in Nigeria has expressed sadness concerning the evils happening in the West African nation, saying that he would prefer to lock himself up in the chapel to weep and pray for the country that is engulfed in darkness.
A stable society is a product of stable families, the Catholic Bishop of Nsukka Diocese in Nigeria has said, and called upon parents to embrace sacrifice as they bring up their children.
The Nigerian constitution is not working because it has been crafted by leaders who do not have the people’s interest at heart, the Bishop of Nigeria’s Catholic Diocese of Nsukka has said, and concluded that the West African nation “is founded on a lie”.
Nigeria needs deeper evangelization to rid it of cultures that are threatening the faith of the people of God in the West African country, a Catholic Bishop in the country has said.
The Catholic Bishop of Nigeria’s Nsukka Diocese has underscored the need for all Nigerians to work toward resolving solve the nation’s “life-threatening challenges” by themselves.
Misinterpretation of the word of God is causing rancor among Christians, the Bishop of Nigeria’s Catholic Diocese of Nsukka has noted, and cautioned the people of God in the West African country against using the Scripture to attack people belonging to other denominations.
Religious leaders are yielding to the temptation to act as social activists instead of speaking the mind of God, the Bishop of Nigeria’s Catholic Diocese of Nsukka has observed.
Christian leaders of various denominations in South East Nigeria have expressed concern over increased insecurity and violence in the region, saying that part of the West African nation is descending “into anarchy”.
The political challenges in the West African nation of Nigeria have been occasioned by “bad behavior,” the Catholic Bishop of the country’s Nsukka Diocese has said.