President Mohammadu Buhari has been charged to engage in dialogue with the Niger-Delta militant as violent won’t solve any effort, so also confirming the end of the Boko-haram in the coming year.
Saying this was the Presiding Bishop of the Sword of the spirit Ministry, Bishop Wale Oke during the Opening ceremony of the 2016 Zoe World Congress on tuesday held at the Sword of the Spirit Ministry, Olaogun in ibadan.
“The federal government should use political solution to dialogue with the people of Niger-delta because its through dialogue that violence can end, it is essential government engages them”
Bishop Wale Oke also advised Nigerians not to be tired as the Economic recession experienced now would be over and people will smile again.
“Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning, economic recession will very soon.”
The man of God who has been in the lord’s vineyard for the past forty-one years said the lord told him to end of the Boko-haram is around as they would be wiped come 2017 while assuring people to always but their trust in the lord.
Bishop Oke who said the Zoe World
Congress is to prepare people for the glorious 2017, saying the year have it own challenges but with the strength of the lord, christians will be a conqueror.
He said the remaining eleven days in the year 2016 have been set aside by the lord jesus to transform the life of anybody who believes in him
“Eleven days is too much because he created the heaven and earth within six , so there is need to connect with the heavenly grace so we can enter 2017 with abundant blessings “