Nigeria’s restoration is very near —Cleric

A cleric has declared that Nigeria will soon be restored to its glory and things will improve as the prevalent scarcity and poverty in the land would soon be a thing of the past.

Pastor Joseph Noruwa Edokpolo of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Chosen Generation Parish, Agege, Lagos State, made this declaration at a special prayer programme organised to pray for the country’s 56th Independence anniversary.

According to him, though there had been many prophecies to this effect in the past and many had lost hope, the spirit of God is one and it does not lie.

He added that he was sure that the time for restoration in Nigeria is now.

Pastor Edokpolo stated that though he was given this vision personally, his conviction was strengthened when he stumbled on the record of the prophecy of a British missionary, S.G. Elton, who gave the prophecy concerning restoration in Nigeria years back.

He added that Elton had said then that Nigeria would become a thing of ridicule as it will stink of corruption and it will be despised by all after which restoration would come and all countries of the world would want to identify with the country for its righteousness.

Pastor Edokpolo enjoined all Nigerians to key into these prophecies of MrElton and continue to pray ceaselessly for the restoration of the country.

According to him,  Mr Elton who was regarded as the father of the Pentecostal Revival Movement in Nigeria, had foreseen the current situation of things in the country.

He said even if people still harboured unbelief, it would in no way stop what God wants to do in the country.