By Augustus Oche Ifenne
As part of his new message to Nigerians,
Founder and General Overseer of the Divine Hand of God Prophetic Ministry International. Prophet (Dr.) Emmanuel Omale has urged Nigerians to desist from speaking negatively against the government and its leadership as it attracts bad governance.
Prophet Omale, who stated this in an interview with BEN Television in Abuja, said people should be aware of power of tongue and its effects in one’s life, stressing that speaking negatively against the government attracts bad governance.
In his words:
“As good citizens, we need to speak good things about our government and its leadership. We should be aware of the power of tongue and its effects in our lives.
We should stop speaking bad things against our government because it will attract bad governance; when you speak negatively against your government, you will see negative things or bad governance, when you speak positive things about your government, you will see positive things, so let us stop speaking negatively against our government, so that our leaders can do better for us.”
Speaking on Covid 19 pandemic, the Lead pastor of Divine Hand of God Ministry said, Nigeria was blessed with lots of intellectual people, who were capable of going into research and produce vaccine that could tackle the covid 19 pandemic.
He therefore urged Nigerian government to as matter of urgency create enable environment, encourage and make fund available for Nigerian medical personnel, who were willing to go into research on convid 19 pandemic vaccine.
On a new direction in year 2021, Prophet Omale said Nigerians should be hopeful that year 2021 was a resting year, loaded with signs and wonders;
” Nigerians should be hopeful and assured that the year 2021 is a year of our rest, a year that is loaded with signs and wonders.
It is a year that we will have good Nigeria that will move to next level of good governance.
New year demands new direction, so we should turn to new direction of peace and love. We should believe in ourselves, love one another and serve one another.
As Christians, we should serve our Muslim brothers and sisters, so also as Muslim, we should equally serve our Christian brothers and sisters.
We should stop any thing that can lead us to violence, which brings destruction and setback to our nation. Let us stand as one Nigerian, One Love.”
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