Bishop Simon Okah who is the president of the South-South Pentecostal fellowship of Nigeria explained that the church ought to be alive to its responsibility of Nation building. To this end Bishop Okah stated that the meeting was aimed at assisting Government in curbing the spate of insecurity especially at the grassroots.
Bishop Okah who commended the Clergyman for their prayers over the years added that physical measures are equally needed for the overall good of all. The clergyman urged Christians to play active roles in politics noting that their involvement will help to change the narratives, in the country especially now that the country is facing security challenges.
Bishop Okah also revealed that the Christian body is united more than ever adding that with that force much will be achieved in the area of youth empowerment, and leadership at all levels.
Others including Bishop Oke Akpotozor, Bishop Durunaba Sunday hinted that time has come for the leadership of the church to complement Government’s efforts in for stalling insecurity in the country especially flash points that have become a behind for nefarious activities.
While responding to the#End SARs protest recently embarked upon by youths in the country. The youth chairman of PFN, Delta State chapter Pastor Daniel Oruma, state General Secretary, PFN Bishop Abos Willie and Apostle God’s Treasury Akeh Charged youths in the country to make security a top priority adding that they should watch and pray.
They called for empowerment and massive employment opportunities for the youths as well as active engage met in politics.
Prayers were offered for the country as well as leaders at both national ans state levels to take the country to right direction.