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Fight Recession, Save Nigerians From Hunger – Bishop Tells Buhari

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Simeon Okah, the national vice president of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, South-South zone has implored President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately deal with the economic recession that has hit the country and save Nigerians from further hardship.

Okah, who is the presiding Bishop of Flock of Christ Mission Inc., Effurun, Delta state, made the plea on Sunday, September 18 2016  at the swearing-in of newly approved and elected officers of Delta State Chapter of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), led by Bishop Kingsley Enakirherhi, at Jesus Dominion Mission Inc. Airport Road, Warri.

The bishop observed that the poverty level in the country was so high and should be addressed with dispatch to save the people from further misery and avoidable deaths.
“Let them see how they can address the issue of poverty. There are too many complaints in the land. They should address the issues for which they are voted in,” Okah said.

“Same thing goes to those who have suggestions to help out of economic recession, they should speak out. Nobody should keep quiet. Anybody who has something to suggest, stop murmuring and speak out with the spirit of love and maturity,” he counseled.

Contributing, the newly elected chairman of PFN, Delta State, Bishop Kingsley Enakirherhi, asserted: “Nigerians should be focused. There is a time and season for everything. The economic recession we are facing now will soon be over. It is not strange to us, America and Britain went through it and came out it. I am saying confidently that we will come over it too.”
Immediate past Chairman of PFN, Delta State and presiding Shepherd of Jesus Dominion Mission Inc, Warri, Bishop Pius Odioko, said: “Nigerian would have been in total catastrophe if not for prayers by the church.
There is so much prayers going for the country and Delta State. I think those prayers are making the country to be what it is now and we will continue to do it.” The new leadership of Delta PFN include Bishop Kingsley Enakirherhi as chairman; Pastor Joseph Okafor, vice chairman; Bishop Abos Willie, general secretary and Bishop Samuel Oyede- treasurer.

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