LOKOJA- Pastor Dapo Afolabi of the Redeemed Christian Church of God has urged Nigerians to remain calm and peaceful during the forthcoming Gubernatorial and House of Assembly elections on April 11.
Afolabi in his sermon titled “God’s relationship’’ on Easter Sunday in Lokoja said” that “it was the relationship we had with God that he used to manifest his wonders.
He urged Nigerians to build a new relationship with God so that he could always fight their battles, saying that if not for God those beating the drums of war would have prevailed.
He thanked God for the peaceful conduct of the Presidential and National Assembly elections and prayed to God to help Nigeria during and after the April elections.
Afolabi urged Nigerians to pray for the President-elected Muhammadu Buhari for God to assist him to pilot the affairs of the country.
Also, the Spiritual Head, Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, Olumba Olumba-Obu, has called for peace and tolerance among Nigerians.
Obu made this called on Sunday at the ongoing Easter retreat organised by the group in Calabar.
He urged Nigerians to always show love to others, adding that no nation prospered and developed without love, tolerance and peace among its people.
“Our role is to preach peace, ensure peace and unity so that meaningful development can be achieved in our country for the benefit of all.
“Without peace no meaningful development can be achieved in any society because peace is priceless and non-negotiable,” he said.