Samuel Oladele, President of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Nigeria and Overseas, has lamented the current insecurity challenge in the country.
Oladele, who spoke to journalists at the inauguration of the 12th General Superintendent of the church which held recently at the church’s headquarters in Basorun, Ibadan, Oyo State, said the government is not doing enough to tackle insecurity in the country.
The CAC president, however, encouraged Nigerians to keep hope alive, saying nations in the past have had to undergo what we are now going through but came through victoriously.
“Well, we have to keep hope alive. This is not the Nigeria of our dream, but hope is not lost. I want to believe there is hope for Nigerians because when government fails, God cannot fail,” he said.
Speaking on the crisis rocking the CAC, which he said has been lingering for over 30 years, Oladele disclosed that there have been series of meetings on the unification of the church, adding that “all factions or parties are saying enough of this”.
He charged the newly-appointed general superintendent to “work with God and not necessarily expecting human praises. There will be challenges. There are people who have occupied this position in the past, so you can draw inspiration from that. I want to encourage you to be alive to your duties and God will work with you.”