Saturday, November 26, 2016

Nigerians Let Us Pray For Buhari, Arch Bishop of Canterbury says:

Justin Welby, the Arch Bishop of Canterbury, has finally said that a day will never pass until he prays for Nigeria and as well for Pres. Muhammadu Buhari.

This comment as mad when Pres. Muhammadu Buhari paid him a visit at Lambeth Palace in London.

Nigerians Let Us Pray For Buhari, Arch Bishop of Canterbury says

The Arch Bishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and 
Pres. Muhammadu Buhari yesterday at Lambeth Palace in London.

Remember that Justin Welby was the one who defended Buhari and Nigeria, when the prime minister David Cameron said to the Queen of England in a private parley that 'Nigeria and Afghanistan', possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world.

Justin Welby in his defense stated that: 'But this particular President (implying to Buhari) is definitely not corrupt' and that he is trying very hard to stamp out corruption in Nigeria.' 

The Arch Bishop of Canterbury Justin Welby FACEBOOK page said: It was an absolute privilege to welcome the President of Nigeria 'Muhammadu Buhari' to Lambeth Palace in London this morning.

It's an isolated day at Lambeth Palace when we don't pray for Nigeria, the largest country in Africa, which has a great Anglican Church. We pray for President Buhari and For all those both in government and opposition.


We pray for the poor in Nigeria and for those who suffered over the last number of years for the violence that has plagued the country, which President Buhari has been tackling so determinately since he took the office of a President.

Nigeria is a country which has more promise, more opportunity, more potential than anywhere else that I know in many continents, not just in Africa. Its people are so intelligent, full of zeal and energy, full of commitment that when Nigerians work together, the world-not just Africa-is affected by that beneficially.

see we continue to pray for the potential and the future of this land to be a place that has an intellectual effect for good on our world and demonstrate what is adventitious to be accomplished.




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