Will the Economic Recession in Nigeria End Very soon? This is What Olumba Olumba Obu is Saying About It

By | December 28, 2016

As Nigerians eagerly wait and pray for the economic recession to come to an end and usher in new fortunes, popular Nigerian clergy, Olumba Olumba Obu has spoken out about the issue.

The Spiritual Head of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star Worldwide, Olumba Olumba, says the current recession in Nigeria will end soon if the Federal Government continues with its current economic recovery programme.
Olumba said this on Tuesday in Calabar while briefing journalists on the activities lined up for the celebration of the “divine manifestation of its founding leader, Olumba Olumba Obu.”
He blamed the current recession in Nigeria on greed and lack of love by the country’s leaders.
He said, “If there is love, there will be no recession. Recession is a result of mismanagement of Nigeria’s resources by the leaders. Nigeria has abundant resources as a nation, but because the leaders lack love for one another, they squander the collective wealth of the people.
 
“President Muhammadu Buhari will succeed in ending recession, if he continues with his current programmes, including the fight against corruption among others.”
Olumba, who spoke through the BCS spokesman, Mr. Edet Archibong, said the activities lined up for the celebration included visits to motherless babies’ homes; heeling the sick; deliverance and giving of arms.
Archibong described the movement’s leader, Olumba Olumba Obu, as a true son of God who came to fulfill the prophecies about the establishment of the new kingdom of God and the second advent of Christ.
According to him, the activities which began on Monday, December, 26, would reach a climax on Friday.

 
Author: ABBStaff- Samuel

Born and brought up in a Christian home. Attended Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic. National Diploma Holder from Business Administration & Management Department. He's also a Programmer and website designer.

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