Prophet Solomon Alao has declared that the support of all Nigerians is needed if President Muhammadu Buhari is to succeed and fulfill his promises to Nigerians.
Speaking as a keynote speaker at the 91st Seraphim Day held at Seraphim Land on Kilometre 40, Lagos/Ibadan Expressway, Supreme Head of the Cherubim and Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria, Prophet Solomon Alao has declared that the support of all Nigerians is needed if President Buhari is to succeed with his economic reforms.
Dr. Alao, fondly called Baba Aladura, who spoke during the anniversary with the theme “I Have Set the Lord Always Before Me”, stressed that the failure of the president amounts to the failure of all Nigerians.
While calling on Nigerians to unite and pray for Buhari’s success, he said: “Buhari needs our collective prayers.
“If he fails, we have all failed, but, if he succeeds and the economy becomes buoyant, we will all reap the benefits. So, there is the need for all of us to cooperate with him for our own benefit,” he stated.
The cleric also advised Nigerians to patronise locally-made goods in order to strengthen the naira and called on political leaders to think inwards, insisting that government must return to the drawing board and learn from the country’s founding fathers, who, despite religious and tribal sentiments, enthroned peace and economic stability in the regions in the First Republic.
He noted that Nigeria is destined for greatness and stressed that Nigerians must change their present attitude of deep-rooted tribalistic sentiments as well as religious intolerance as witnessed in some parts of the country for the country.
Baba Aladura explained that God is the only way out of Nigeria’s predicament, adding that Nigerians must strive to stand on the path of truth, respect for human dignity and love towards fellow human being.
He also tasked Christians all over the country to shun corruption, especially members of the C&S Unification of Nigeria, threatening that any member of the church found to have corruptly enriched himself/herself would be ostracised from the church.