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Nigeria Is In Trouble – APOSTLE GENERAL MADUBUKO

APOSTLE GENERAL ANSELM MADUBUKO DURING THE PRESS BRIEFING TODAY 

By Francis Iwuchukwu, Lagos 

The Apostle General of The New Anointing Revival Assembly, Anselm Madubuko, on Tuesday (today) made a declaration that the entity called Nigeria, is in trouble.

The clergy equally stated that the Nigerian politicians do not have any solution to the problem(s) rocking the country.

Addressing journalists as part of activities to herald the commencement of the church's annual event tagged, ‘Azusa Revival Camp Meeting', the 17th of its kind, which is slated to begin on July 22, and end July 28, 2019 at the headquarters of the church, Madubuko, expressed sadness, just as he insisted that, “We have never been like this as a people.

“The church in Nigeria is sick and it needs revival. We are bringing in the spiritual powers to confront and break the wicked powers.

“Nigerians found themselves in their present predicament because they refuse to seek God first.

“The enemies has put the Nigerian churches to sleep.”

Speaking further, Apostle General Madubuko revealed that the 17th edition is envisioned to birth spiritual revival across Nigeria and the nations of the world.

The clergy said he, his wife, Pastor (Mrs.) Emmy Madubuko alongside other gospel ministers such as Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, Reverend Sam Tukura, Apostle Hans Howard, Bishop Funbi Addo and Bishop Toddy Okafor, will be ministering.

“It is expected that pilgrims from Europe, America, and other African countries will gather for this epochal event,” Madubuko added.

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