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Wike Expresses Confidence in Nigeria’s Future Amid Challenges

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Barrister Nyesom Wike, has conveyed optimism regarding Nigeria’s ability to overcome its current challenges during a visit by Methodist Prelate, Most Rev. Oliver Aba, in Abuja on Thursday.

Wike expressed his confidence, stating, “I believe by the special grace of God, Nigeria would come out from the turmoil that we are in. The signs are clear; we have no regret; and we have no doubt that victory shall be ours.”

He extended gratitude to the Methodist Church for their prayers for Nigerians and the government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, particularly in realizing his “Renewed Hope Agenda”.

Emphasizing the significance of divine intervention in governance, Wike highlighted the importance of leaders recognizing the role of God in their leadership, citing President Tinubu’s consistent call for prayers from religious leaders.

Wike assured the Methodist Church of the FCT Administration’s consideration of their request for land to build offices and a media center, acknowledging their contribution to evangelism and social development.

In response, Prelate Aba reiterated the Church’s commitment to supporting the Tinubu-led government through prayers, emphasizing that the success of the administration is crucial for all Nigerians.

He expressed hope for Nigeria’s economic revival and the eradication of insecurity, affirming that there is indeed hope for the country and its people.

The exchange between Wike and Prelate Aba reflects a mutual understanding of the importance of faith and prayer in national development, as well as a shared commitment to the progress and prosperity of Nigeria.

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