Buhari Cleric urges President's administration to remain steadfast in punishing lawbreakers

People have destroyed this nation for the last 60 years, but the bulk has to stop somewhere; all these things have to come to an end.

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A cleric, Apostle Alexander Bamgbola, has urged the President Muhammadu Buhari administration to remain steadfast in bringing lawbreakers to book.

Bamgbola, who is the Chairman, Lagos State Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), made the call at a news conference on Monday in Lagos to herald the 2016 Inter-Denominational Divine Service (IDDS 2016).

The service has the theme: ‘Great Faith; The Antidote To Helplessness’.

We encourage the government to remain steady; we know there are forces in the land.

People have destroyed this nation for the last 60 years, but the bulk has to stop somewhere; all these things have to come to an end.

"Nobody should be above the law of our nation, no matter what his or her placement is in the political structure or the corporate structure of our nation, our nations should pride on the laws of the land.

"Nations where every man, every woman must be accountable for his or her deeds, you break the law of the land no matter who you are, you pay for it.

"We have seen former presidents of nations going to jail because they broke the law.

"That is what the church will like to see in Nigeria, so that people will stop breaking the law of the land, with impunity.

"Let there be integrity, honesty, and purpose in ruling this nation.

"So we encourage and we will be praying for the government of our land to be unshaken, to remain focused and strong.’’

Bamgbola, who said that Nigeria was endowed with diverse human and natural resources other than crude oil, urged Nigerians to move closer to God for His divine blessings.

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