WIFE of Lagos State representative, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode, has recognized request to God as the way to explaining the sundry difficulties standing up to the country.
Talking in Lagos amid the 2016 supplication to God for the country, sorted out by Fatimah Charity Foundation, a non-legislative association, at the MUSON Center, Onikan, Lagos, Mrs. Ambode demanded that however the nation, in the same way as other different countries of the world, was confronting various difficulties, intense petitions to God to God would quickly resolve them.
By, “petition to God is the answer for all difficulties in the lives of people or countries. That is the reason this supplication to God session, intended to confer our nation under the control of God in year 2016, is a stage in the right heading,” noticing that progressing hostile to debasement war in the nation, would restore the respect of Nigeria, fix base, make work and resuscitate the country.
While recognizing the Foundation for its dedication to championing national resurrection, she asked Nigerians, to see past the current financial difficulties and be confident.
In her invite address, the Iyalode of Lagos and president of the Foundation, Hajia Bintu-Fatima Tinubu, noticed that the gauge of the invitees, was confirmation that Nigeria would be prosperous again and satisfy her case as the goliath of Africa. She encouraged the citizenry not to give up in spite of difficulties, focusing on that there was promising end to present circumstances.
Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs and visitor speaker, Dr. Abdul Hakeem Abdul Lateef, urged the three arms of government to take an interest completely in the campaign against debasement and to be touchy to the predicament of the citizenry.
Talking on the theme, “The advantages of hostile to debasement administration in Nigeria”, he said great initiative involves great parenthood, legitimate kid up-conveying which will help the country to end defilement.Promote Your Music On This Platform Contact : Mobile : +2348132090729 BBM:33428A0F Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter : @ijebuloadedNG