Stella Dimoko Hundreds Of Clerics Gather In Abuja For 40-days Deliverance Prayer For Nigeria


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Monday, September 09, 2019

Hundreds Of Clerics Gather In Abuja For 40-days Deliverance Prayer For Nigeria

Over 500 clerics from various faiths and parts of Nigeria have gathered in Abuja to fast and pray for Nigeria in this critical point of its existence.

The clerics assembled in Abuja at the weekend for the grand finale of the 40 days’ prayer and fasting programme organised by The National Interfaith and Religious Organisations for Peace (NIFROP). This was contained in a statement to The Vanguard Newspaper by Sheik Ahmad Jibrin, a Co-Convener in Abuja and all the clerics assembled in solidarity of the initiative.

“We have successfully come to the end of the 40 days’ prayer and fasting programme designed by NIFROP to pray and fast for Nigeria for God to unite Nigerians in our quest for national unity.”

“The 40 days’ prayer and fasting programme was such a huge success in that Nigerians from all ethnic and religious affiliations gathered and prayed in one voice for Gods intervention against the evil plot by some enemies of Nigeria to see to the disintegration of the country.”

Sheik Ahmad Jibrin also stated that what Nigeria needs in this critical point of its existence was prayers and supplication to God for the grace for Nigerians to overcome the myriads of challenges being experienced.


  1. Yaba left escapee9 September 2019 at 11:29


    1. Double Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeeew!Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeeeew!!....

    2. Time wastage...have they received their brown envelopes? Oga make una go house.

    3. Mtchewwwwwwwwwwwwwwest!

  2. Heaven help those who help themselves.

  3. Good one.. may God answer our prayers

  4. Personal gain, make dem go sit down one place jor.

  5. How many "Ghana must go" did each collect in the end?

  6. Every enemy of Nigeria, die by fire die by fire diรจeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee die o die o die.

  7. I wonder how this waste of time and money will help Nigeria's situation

  8. How about teaching your congregation to do what is right and just? Nigerians are religious and that religiosity can be harnessed for the good of the country if clerics will teach their congregation to do what is right.

  9. May God hear your prayers Amen

  10. Prayers is good but it won't solve Nigerias problems. If those politicians are not dead, no hope. And we as Nigerians too must change our mindset.till then,I will pray for Nigeria from afar.


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