Save Nigeria from hunger, daddy Hezekiah advises Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to take proactive steps to halt the activities of rampaging Fulani herdsmen in the South Eastern part of Nigeria.

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The advice was given recently by the Founder and Leader of Living Christ Mission incorporated, His Grace, Most Rev. Daddy Hezekiah during the dedication of more than 500 children at the church’s administrative headquarters in Onitsha, Anambra State.

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The man of God who decried the wanton destruction of crops and innocent lives by the Fulani herders also advised President Buhari not to privatize some strategic parastatals such as the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Nigeria Ports Authority, NPA, to mention a few, adding that placing a ban on rice importation in order save the masses from hunger.

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On nonpayment of workers’ salaries by some governors, Daddy Hezekiah appealed to the state concerned, to do so without further delay in order for parents to take good care of their children.
The prelate condemned the attacks on farmers and villagers in Enugu State recently by the Fulani cattle rearers saying that such ugly development threatened security and economy of the South East and Nigeria in general.

He advised Christians to love God always in order to prosper while also warning that corrupt and dirty movies and unsupervised access to the internet by children could spell doom for their moral upbringing. Daddy Hezekiah equally encouraged nursing mothers to avail themselves the opportunity offered by the free immunization programme of the government for the health of their children, while urging them not relent in things pertaining to God especially, in reading the Holy bible.

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