Religion

Be sensitive to neighbours to reduce crimes- cleric charges.

By Kehinde Akinpelu, Ilorin

Rev. Mother Prophetess Bukpla F. Olaloye of the Lion of Judah Ministry Oke-Itun Agbo Jesu has charged Nigerians to be sensitive to people around them in order to help in reducing crime rate in the society.

The Cleric identified isolation as one of the major causes of increasing cases of crime in the society.

Olaloye also charged parents to monitor their children both in school or at home, so that they would not be involved in the societal vices and crimes.

” I don’t want to believe that poverty is really the main cause of high rate of crime among our people nowadays, because many of the perpetrators are from well to do homes.

” I think isolation is sometimes one of the major causes, and it is also part of what the Church preaches always.

Speaking on the theme, “God king of the whole Universe, Psalm 47vs7,the cleric decries the rate at which social media networks had taken away human relationships.

She charged Nigerians on the need to imbibe the spirit of patience, obedience and sacrifice of in their daily life.

She implored them to fear God by distancing themselves from sinful acts just as she encouraged them to be dedicated in their service to God.

Olaloye also charged Christian to always remember their leaders in prayer for God to grant them guidance to lead the country aright.

The church patron, Joseph Adenile Gbenga in his contribution said ,”on the insecurity, if I have the privilege to be with the president one on one, what I will make him to know may not augur well. Actually, when you look at the rate of crime, killing, kidnapping and the rest of them what I will advise the president is that he just need to go outside those people around him to get solution”

Dignitaries in attendance at the four days programme includes Spiritual Mother of the day, Rev. Mother Kemi Agbogunde Filial, Sup. Pro Juliana Schnooks, Ramah Mother Snr. Miss Ebola Ige

Father of the day was Special Apo/Pro Eri Hosanna from Ondo State,while Snr/Apo Albert and Sedrach Oloso and others were also there.

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