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Bishop Oyedepo Living Faith founder says unskilled leadership is Nigeria’s problem

The cleric blamed this nation’s issues on the leadership during Covenant University’s 15th inaugural lecture series.

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Bishop David Oyedepo says unskilled leadership is Nigeria’s problem.

The founder of the Living Faith church, a.k.a as Winner's Chapel, made this known on Friday, April 6, 2018, according to Independent.

Speaking at the 15th inaugural lecture series of Covenant University (C.U), Ota, Ogun State, Bishop Oyedepo who is also the Chancellor, said that unskilled leadership at the various levels of government has ruined this country.

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In his words, “We are yet to face the reality. We are all victims of unskilled leadership at all levels. Leaving our lives to chances leave us with no chance at all if we don’t have the required skills to address a situation.

“If you cannot define your goals how will you achieve it? If you don’t have strategies how will you achieve your goals?

“I pray the coming generation will not go through the challenges we are going through.”

His speech was delivered by the inaugural lecturer, Prof. Aize Obayan, a Professor of Multicultural Counselling in the Department of Psychology.

Meanwhile, the lecture was tagged, “Lengthening cords and strengthening stakes: Leadership Praxis and Transcendence in Counselling Practice.”

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Fast Facts on Bishop Oyedepo and Covenant University

This cleric is one of this country’s most beloved Men of God and the chancellor of Covenant University.

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The institution was opened by Bishop Oyedepo on October 21, 2002, as a product of the Liberation Commission.

Since then, C.U has become one of the best universities in Nigeria with the occasional controversy, usually as a result of its 'strange' rules.

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