Nigeria at 61 is case of Nation in Bondage — Bishop Bassey -GCFRNG

Nigeria at 61 is case of Nation in Bondage — Bishop Bassey -GCFRNG

Cross River State 2021 Roundtable participant Bishop Josef Bassey described Nigeria, at 61, as a nation in bondage, a nation in prison caged even with great untapped potential.

Bishop Bassey made this known while briefing journalists in Calabar on the importance of a convergence and the need for people to speak up and be heard, adding that it was time for citizens to take their own destinies in their own hands, since politics and governance can no longer be left. in the hands of politicians.

According to the most important spiritual father, Nigeria is so blessed and has no reason not to be successful even though she may have abused almost everything that God has blessed her with.

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In explaining the concept of CCR2021, Bishop Bassey, who is the general overseer, God’s Heritage Center with its international headquarters in Calabar, Said Cross River Roundtable was essentially about getting people to think of Cross River, to discuss about Cross River with a view to ensuring that we stay the course of its prophetic destiny.

His words: “Nigeria at 61 is a case of a nation in bondage, a nation in prison, a nation in a cage, a nation loaded with untapped potential, a nation blessed with abundant resources but very poorly managed, a nation that possibly he has abused almost everything. ” with which God blessed her and is worrying.

“It’s something to cry about if you want to cry. It’s something to cry if you want to cry, to cry if you want to cry, something to die for suicides, but God forbid, ”he said.

Speaking further, he described Cross River as an integral part of his life, as he lives, breathes and thinks in Cross River, adding that he has become demanding to do things right.

Bassey said: “Cross River has been a part of my business since I was an adult. So for me, Cross River State is not something I can watch drift because, by the privilege of grace, I know the prophetic destiny of Cross River State.

“I am a privileged custodian of the prophetic destiny of the Cross River State and I believe that when I see things go wrong, I owe it to the state, I owe it to the people. I owe it to God to do all I can.

“It doesn’t really matter how small that contribution is to see and make sure that things, if they are good, get better; if they are better, they go from there to the best. And if something is also wrong, we see how we can correct it.

“So Cross River Roundtable is essentially about making us think of Cross River. Talk about Cross River with a view to making sure we stay on course with that destination. “

“From a spiritual perspective, I will urge all of us to pray and fast for the good of the state. But I am of that school of thought, and according to the Scriptures, that faith without works is dead. We are continuously guiding people, teaching and training people to assume responsibilities; understand that God does not come down from heaven to make changes.

Ultimately, each state engenders the leadership it deserves; the kind of government you deserve. That is so because that leadership will come from the people. So if we are not working and synergizing as people, we will finally have something to complain about, “he said.

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