The Christian Affiliation of Nigeria, CAN, Kaduna State chapter, has noticed that Nigeria at 60 has not likely proven dedication for real growth in all spheres of life.
“We’re nonetheless burying our residents due to unhealthy roads, others are being buried each day because of the actions of Boko Haram, kidnapping, banditry, Fulani/farmer clashes and plenty of different vices which have made the lives of Nigerians most susceptible,” CAN State chairman, Rev John Joseph Hayab, stated whereas appraising Nigeria’s 60 years of independence.
Additionally assessing the actions being carried out within the final 60 years, Rev. Hayab noticed, “Now we have poor management, utilizing nepotism in appointments and elections to workplaces.
“Our international insurance policies not in step with present realities. Nations having bilateral relationship with us aren’t certain what we’ll say or do tomorrow.”
He lamented that unemployment had risen to a terrifying degree, with graduates roaming the streets of the nation aimlessly thereby turning into susceptible to all types of temptations within the society.
Sadly, he famous that “leaders in any respect ranges of presidency have woefully failed on their mandate to indicate true dedication to the welfare of the individuals,” including that “they’re governing with out accountability whereas followers reside in a state of discontentment.”
“Now we have been praying for Nigeria however we should again our prayers with motion. No nation has ever developed simply by having many individuals praying however by having many individuals doing what is correct,” he defined.
The state CAN chairman harassed the necessity for the management within the nation to boost to the welfare of the individuals by making certain their safety and carrying all alongside in all spheres of life devoid of any segregation.
Nigeria at 60, he stated, ought to by now proven some ranges of seriousness on the trail of autonomous, including, “we now have all these years by no means seen any severe dedication within the management of the nation to take Nigerians to the subsequent degree.”