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Nigeria Needs Your Prayers...

  1. Andrew0208 profile image57
    Andrew0208posted 6 years ago

    Truly we have come of age(50yrs + since 1960). We have experienced a lot of odds from past bad leaders, corruption, ethnic and religious crisis amongst others though very rich oil nation with over 150 million talented people spread across the globe. I can categorically state here that all nations and their people are represented here in persons and busineses especially in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and PortHarcourt cities. 

    Now the 2011 election has commenced yesterday and it was a good start though some ugly reports from very few quarters. Please join patriotic Nigerians to pray and believe God for a true lasting change in every area; peaceful, credible, free and fair elections. We are not folding hands and expecting manners fall from Heaven either. We are passionate about it. Thank you fellow caring Hubbers.

  2. recommend1 profile image71
    recommend1posted 6 years ago

    I wish Nigeria all the best - although it is hardly surprising that the nation would take more than 50 years to overcome its colonial past and history.  Lets hope the future brings stability and a decent standard of living to all its inhabitants.

  3. Joy56 profile image60
    Joy56posted 6 years ago

    I have lots of Nigerian friends here in Ireland.  There cry is that they do not feel they belong anyway.  The governments in their country are too corupt so they say..... And although they work extremely hard, and study hard life here is not always easy at all.

    I sincerely hope that Nigerian politics improves. Many of my friends would love to return home, and introduce their children to Nigeria, but feel it is not safe to go back there,.

    I am thinking and praying for you all god bless xxx

  4. Andrew0208 profile image57
    Andrew0208posted 6 years ago

    @thank you fellow Hubbers for your kind contributions in good thoughts and prayers, We are grateful to God for the 2011 elections that commenced yesterday, the results are coming out and the whole nation is happy to see the process very credible, free and fair. There were surprises as the people of Nigeria voted massively with their conscience and not sentiments or party whatever.

    There were no chances for anyone or party to broadly rig the elections unlike in the past. To many of us it is an answered prayer and we are truly grateful to God, to the President, Prof. Jega{INEC Chairman} and Nigerians who came out to vote. The Joy is in the air though we send our condolences to those who lost the lives of their beloved ones and the injured in a few violence reported areas. It's not finished yet. This weekend [16th], the Presidential and upper week for the Governors and State House of Assembly will hold.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Should-Presiden … -Elections

    We are still praying and we stand to forbid and expose every plans to cause violence. Light shines in darkness and darkness will never comprehend it. Nigeria is moving forward in Jesus' Name.