Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday, urged Nigerians to seek God’s face for solutions to the challenges, especially economic recession and insecurity plaguing the country.
Okowa made the call during a Special Thanksgiving Service at Government House Chapel, Asaba, lamenting that insecurity and economic downturn appeared to be overwhelming relevant authorities, adding that Nigerians require God’s intervention.
“There is insecurity in the land and Delta State is not an exception, but God will continue to intervene. Insecurity is now greater than the presidency and the governors. It requires God’s intervention, and therefore, we must continue to pray for God to intervene.
“We are here to give thanks again because not too long ago, I had a thanksgiving. God has been faithful and will remain faithful to me, my family members, and Delta State in general.
“I recognise the many challenges of the year. We saw COVID-19 that we had not seen before and it is still on. At a time people thought it was almost over, but the second wave is back globally and Nigeria is not spared. There is reason to give thanks to God over our lives because a lot of people are dying daily,” he stated.
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