- Kemi Adeosun says Nigerians should not lose hope in spite of the economy challenges
- She insisted that Nigerian economy recession will soon be over
- Senfuyu advises Nigerians to inculcate the acts of charity and holiness in order to build a strong and great nation
The finance minister Kemi Adeosun has interceded on behalf of Nigerian during a church programme.
Adeosun said only God knows why Nigeria is passing through this stage and she hopes that it will overcome.
Punch reports that she expressed her optimism on Sunday, May 7 when speaking with journalists after attending the 20th anniversary of the Treasure House of God, Abeokuta, Ogun state.
NAIJ.com gathered that the minister has also assured Nigerians not to lose hope, saying the current recession is a phase that will soon be over.
She said: “The message I have for Nigerians is a message of hope and encouragement. Yes, I believe Nigerians are going through difficult times.
“But we are very confident that by God’s grace, God that started the work would finish it to everybody’s satisfaction.''
The Founder, Treasure House of God, Pastor Adeseye Senfuye while speaking about his church, said it has been the faithfulness of God that had sustained the church.
Senfuyu advised Nigerians to inculcate the acts of charity and holiness in order to build a virile and great nation.
Dignitaries who graced the occasion were the President, Christian Association of Nigeria, Ogun state, Bishop Akin Akinsanya; Pastor Tunde Amosu, and Head of Service, Ogun state, Abayomi Sobande, among others.
NAIJ.com recalls that Kemi Adeosun, the finance minister and Babatunde Fashola, Nigeria’s power, housing and works minister had both become a mockery to the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, the Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL) said on Wednesday, June 29.
CACOL, which recently declared President Muhammadu Buhari a failure, said the duo must be shown the way out as they have failed not just the government, but the people of the country who, one year ago, had high expectations.
Watch this video in which NAIJ.com took to the streets of Lagos to ask Nigerians if Nigerian is out of economy recession: