Friday, 19 January 2018
Shun evil prophecies, Abiara tells Nigerians
for a better tomorrow for themselves and the country.
The cleric spoke in a New Year message he delivered at the CAC, Agbala Itura, Agege, Lagos, a statement said on Thursday.
“You have to set goals and work hard to achieve them. Hard work does not kill. The word of God does not support laziness. So, you must find something positive to do this year.
“Do not listen to prophecies of doom in 2018. This year will end well. The future of Nigeria is bright and good. Be a good citizen. Play a positive role to bring about the much-needed change in the nation. Keep praying for Nigeria and the leaders. God will make things change for the better,” he said.
Abiara, while commending the efforts of leaders at the state and federal levels, asked them to prioritise areas that would improve the welfare of Nigerians.
He warned politicians to guard their utterances as the election year drew near.
The cleric urged Nigerians to pray more for governments and criticise less, saying prayers would achieve more results.