Nigeria Will Not Break Up Despite Agitations – Prophet Hezekiah

The General Evangelist, Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Worldwide Prophet Hezekiah Oladeji has said Nigeria will not break up, despite the agitations from some parts of the country.

This came as Prophet Ade Ologbonyo urged the government and people of Nigeria to use technology and prayers as weapons against the security challenges facing the country.

Prophet Hezekiah said the country’s security situation is getting worse because the people don’t abide in God and had failed to draw closer to Him.

Ologbonyo stressed the need for government at all levels to embrace technology like what is obtainable in developed climes to ward off insecurity in the land.

The clerics spoke in Ise Ekiti, Ekiti State at a church program.

The CAC general evangelist said, ” If the country can return to God and at least ten men from each state, communities, homes and streets across Nigeria can embrace Godly living, all these challenges will become a thing of the past.

“We have been saying this before now and we will continue to say it. Anybody can drum any kind of beat but only God’s counsel for the country will stand.

“Nobody owns Nigeria but God. Wherever God is taking the country, He will take it there. At the appointed time the Lord will arise and scatter His enemies.” It is not the ethnic groups of the country that is the problem but the people and the system”.

Ologbonyo said the use of security gadgets like drones, CCTV and others will help in tackling insecurity if employed.

“Security architecture in most developed countries is such that nobody can commit a crime and escape being arrested within 24 hours.

“I was in a European country recently, there are CCTV cameras everywhere even the bush. Drones can be used to detect things in the bush instead of endangering the lives of our security agents.

“There security gadgets to track vehicles suspected to pose security threat instead of stopping people on the road. So we need to embrace technology do away with the analogue means of fighting insecurity”.

Lamenting that the country’s porous borders are contributing to insecurity, he admonished the federal government to provide the latest sophisticated weapons for Nigerian troops to succeed in their operation.