A prominent Cleric and founder Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) Grace of Mercy Prayer Mountain International Ministry Worldwide, Prophet Sam Olu Alo says it would be dangerous if the next administration fails to deliver on its promises.
The Cleric, speaking on the sidelines of the ongoing Exodus Revival themed, ‘No limitation’ taking place at Jesus City, Ibeju Lekki-Epe Express Way, Lagos, compared Nigeria to a ‘flat tire’ which requires ‘quick fixing’.
Describing the incoming administration of President-elect, Bola Tinubu as the current “last hope” of the country, Prophet Olu Alo also noted that the President-elect must place emphasis on reuniting all ethnic groups in the country.
“There is no peace, even among Yorubas, Hausas and Igbos. We are exposed and he (Tinubu) must do all he can to bring everyone together and restore the peace of this country, that’s the first thing to do, if he wants to have a successful tenure,” the Cleric said.
He said Nigeria cannot afford to go into war but must ensure that peace remains supreme.
Prophet Olu Alo, who earlier hinted plans to establish a Global Standard Medical facility to be named SOAF General Hospital but gave sketchy details on the project, urged newly elected office holders to prioritise power supply, job creation, healthcare services among other moves required to improve the fortunes of Nigeria.
Speaking on the theme of the Exodus Revival (Ayajo Majemu), ‘No limitations’, Prophet Olu Alo urged Christian faithful to pray that they and the entire country would gain divine power to overcome current limitations.
He explained that individuals need to be more prayerful, creative and determined to deliver to get the best in life and for the country.
Citing examples of Youths “who have been destined to excel abroad but have their visas rejected multiple times”, the Cleric said one should never give up on a worthy cause but must remain committed to achieving such goals.
The Cleric who led attendees through several prayer sessions reiterated that strong commitment to one’s goal and complete trust in God would make citizens of Nigeria see major improvements in their lives.