The Archbishop Enugu Ecclesiastical province, Most Revd Emmanuel Chukwuma, has charged Nigerians to rise up in prayer to stem the tide of insecurity in the country.
Most Reverend Chukwuma who gave the charge on Sunday, at St. Christopher’s Anglican Church,Topland, Awkunanaw expressed concern about the spate of kidnappings and banditry as well as other forms of crimes and criminality in the country.
He said the church will not relent, but will continue to pray fervently for the restoration of peace and unity amongst the various ethnic nationalities and religions.
While calling a government to review its security strategies, Most Revd Chukwuma urged Nigerian so always trust in God is He is able to bring lasting end to the current challenges.
Archbishop Chukwuma also emphasized the need for Christians to give generously to the work of God so as to promote evangelism.
Earlier in his sermon, the Archdeacon, Enugu South Archdeaconry, Venerable Honest-Gad Nwosu said there is need for man to return to God’s original purpose for mankind and stressed for genuine love for one another.
He advised the congregation to serve Jesus Christ Lord and Savior, which he said, is a condition for enjoying eternal life.
The service featured choir ministration and thanksgiving.