Pastor Enoch Adeboye urges Nigerians to be prayerful and patient because God is capable of solving all the present challenges confronting the country – Says Nigeria has indeed been lending to other nations of the world through the extraordinary exploits of the Redeemed Church – Emphasis that the God of Nigeria is wealthy
Pastor Adeboye Pastor Adeboye has urged Nigerians to be prayerful and patient. Pastor Enoch Adeboye has declared that the later part of 2016 will witness a positive turnaround for Nigerians.

 The cleric has also urged Nigerians to be prayerful and patient because God is capable of solving all the present challenges confronting Nigerians. The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God (RCCG) made this declaration on Friday night, July 1, during the July edition of the monthly Holy Ghost Service at the Redemption Camp on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Speaking on the on a topic titled “Power to prosper”, being theme of the July edition of the monthly Holy Ghost Service, Adeboye said Nigeria has indeed been lending to other nations of the world through the extraordinary exploits of the Redeemed Church. According to Vanguard, he said the church now has presence in 190 nations of the world, stressing that the God of Nigeria is wealthy.
 “We are not poor because we are already in the business of lending to nations. We are buying churches and establishing institutions in all these countries,” he said. In another development, Aisha Abubakar, minister of state for industry, trade and investment has stated that president Buhari’s administration supports the textile industry in creating jobs to reduce poverty in the country. Aisha stated this at the ongoing Africa Fashion Week Nigeria (AFWN) which kicked off July 1 with its inaugural edition of AFWN Textile & Garment Manufacturing Conference at the Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos. The theme of AFWN Textile & Garment Manufacturing Conference was Making Nigeria the Fashion Production Hub of Africa and its aim is to redefine textile and garment production processes in Nigeria and its entire value chain in order to boost job creation and a future of shared prosperity for Nigerians.