Osinbajo Reveals What Will Happen To Nigeria In 2018 (Read What Will Happen)

Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has said that in 2018, Nigeria will emerge better and stronger from the present condition of hopelessness and cynicism which prevails across the country.

He stated this yesterday while delivering his message during the 2017 Service of Nine Lessons and Christmas Carol jointly organised the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), and Voice of Nigeria (VON) in Abuja.

The service of nine lessons which is basically the rendition of nine short lessons from Genesis and the Gospels, tells the story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the messiah and the birth of Jesus Christ.

The Vice-President, who was represented by the Aso Villa Chaplain, Pastor Seyi Malomo, said just like the story of Christmas speaks of the birth of the messiah, there is a palpable feeling that something new is about to emerge; that Nigeria is about to be reborn and transformed in the coming year..

He said: “Often, the transformation of the country begins with hopelessness and cynicism. It may be that the nation has labored under oppressive and divisive circumstances such as poverty, inequality, bitter ethnic and religious division, and hate.

“But in the midst of poverty, corruption, ethnic and religious divisions, hope begins to be built in the heart of some people.

“A new vision is birth in the heart of these people that Nigeria can be reborn from the furnace of despair.

“In 2018, Nigeria will emerge better and stronger from its current state of hopelessness and cynicism,” he prophetically declared.
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