Current economic situation needs divine intervention —Abolarin

The Leader-in-Charge of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Ifesowapo, Ologodidan Headquarters, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Special Apostle Michael Abolarin, has called on Nigerians to seek God as the solution to the current challenges facing the country.

The cleric disclosed this last week, stating that “Nigeria presently is in need of divine intervention for solutions to the numerous challenges confronting it. This has become a great challenge for every Nigerian, especially devoted Church members and other patriotic citizens.

Speaking at a forum to share the activities of the 20th anniversary of the church, which would include visitation to Omu-Aran General Hospital and Medium Prisons, Abolarin stated that the visit was to afford members the opportunity to impact on the sick, underprivileged and the needy.

According to him, the anniversary celebration, which would begin tomorrow and end on Saturday, September 24, would feature free healthcare services, crusade, drama, and other activities and also take members to Oke-Igbala Leprosy Centre, along Omu-Aran-Ilorin Highway, Kwara State.

He urged members of the church to reflect on the significance of the 20th anniversary to improve their spiritual devotion in order to gain the desired salvation.

He also said the anniversary period was a veritable platform for members to intercede on behalf of the nation’s leadership through prayers for workable solutions to the nation’s socioeconomic challenges.

Expected personalities at the event include: Special Apostle J.O. Daniel, Chairman, C&S Movement, headquarters, Ilorin; Dr Solomon O. Alao, Chairman C&S Unification, Niger State; Prophetess Bosede Adimabua, President WOWICAN, Kwara chapter; the Olomu of Omu-Aran, Oba Charles Oladeele Ibitoye, among others.