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Recession: Pastor Kumuyi makes recommendations

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– The General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church, Williams Kumuyi, has giving possible solution to the current economic recession Nigeria is facing

– Kumuyi urged all Nigerians to be proactive and look at the brighter side of life

The General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church, Williams Kumuyi, has giving possible solution to the current economic recession Nigeria is facing, Vanguard reports. Speaking at to journalists at the Benin Airport on Sunday, October 2, the man of God said the federal government is not folding its hands on the current situation. Kumuyi further called on all Nigerians to become proactive and devise means to surviving the problem. “We should become proactive, we should stop looking at the negative side and complaining what has not been done and move forward,” Kumuyi said. “Look at our economy and look at the diversification moves so that we are not just depending on oil alone which everybody is realizing now.

“We need to go into agriculture into tourism and other things that will generate resources and funds for the country,” he said. He also condemned unholy attitude and corruption practices by Nigerians as well as cases of incest and rape by men of God.

He said: “Every intelligent person opposes that; we should see how to help the people out of that kind of behaviour.” Commenting on the anti-corruption fight by the President Muhammdu Buhari-led administration, the cleric said assessment of the present government would be better done at the end of this tenure. “Sometimes when you assess midway, you don’t get the right assessment so I think I like to still observe more to see where we are going so when we get there, we will be able to assess properly,” he said.

Kumuyi further called on all Nigerians to look at the brighter side of life as Nigeria celebrates its 56th Independence anniversary. “I think it is commendable and from that time till this time maybe we are not where we should be but we are not where we used to be and we thank God that democracy is taking root and we are making progress. “There are things to look into for us to become better society but we are thanking God for what has happened already,” he concluded. Meanwhile, the governor of Delta state Ifeanyi Okowa has asked the cleric intercede more for Nigeria and its people. Okowa also condemned activities of other men of God who concentrate only on prosperity and nothing more.

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