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Nigerians Urged To Pray For Right Leader

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As Nigerians prepare to go to poll next year, a call has gone out to the populace to  seek the face of God for His candidate rather than man’s.

Pastor Johnson T. Kalejaye, a regional evangelist in The Redeemed Christian Church  of God, made the call at this year’s Let Somebody Shout Halleluyah, an annual  thanksgiving service organised by Milk and Honey parish, a hamlet of RCGG under  Lagos Province 8.

The  preacher said Nigerians should  pray for God’s choice to lead the country come  May 2011 rather than man’s choice or a consensus candidate.

He went further to say “no matter where God’s choice comes from, no matter his  limitation or disability, he will perform very well.” He gave a scriptural example  of when God chose David to lead the Israelites, adding  that Nigerians enjoyed  electricity last when the parastatal controlling it was known as Electricity  Corporation of Nigeria, ECN.

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“The moment the government changed its name from ECN to National Electric Power  Authority, NEPA, then to NEP Plc and now Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, it  has been one problem or the other. This is because we had refused to allow God to  choose our leader for us.”

Let Somebody Shout Halleluyah is an annual programme of The Redeemed Christian  Church of God, Milk and Honey Parish, Mende, Maryland. Pastor Wale Adeduro, the  pastor in charge of Milk and Honey zone said the theme for this year is ‘Perfecting  Praise.’

—Femi Anjorin

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