Don’t despair but thank God, says Lagos president to Nigerians

The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa urged Nigerians not to despair but to thank God for his grace.

According to Dr Obasa, it was only the grace of God that kept Nigeria and Nigerians until December 2021 despite the many challenges the country and its citizens had to face during the year.

The president said this Thursday on the occasion of a year-end thanksgiving and Christmas awareness campaign for Lagos State House of Assembly staff and their wards. of the Assembly complex.

He explained that the House had every reason to thank God for the year because of the successes recorded in legislative activities, including the passage of bills, motions and resolutions aimed at improving lives, peace and happiness among the residents of the state.

“I will sing praises because, together with my colleagues, the staff of this Assembly and my team in the Office of the President, we have had tremendous success in terms of legislative activities this year,” Obasa said.

Regarding “Abundant Grace,” the theme of thanksgiving, President Obasa noted that the Bible is full of verses emphasizing the grace of God on individuals that make them victorious whenever they must. facing some of life’s challenges.

In his sermon, Prophet (Dr) Samuel Kayode Abiara, the worldwide general evangelist of the Apostolic Church of Christ (ACC), who was the guest minister, stressed the need for Nigerians to be closer to God in any time.

He also prayed for Nigeria before 2022.


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