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We are organizing prayer for Nigeria, as we know the importance of prayer we should use it as a weapon to take back our country. It is now or never. What a tragedy that happened to our beloved country? That many people prefer living and die in overseas rather than staying in Nigeria. And one adage said “No place like home”. As the situation in Nigeria now, can we Nigerians say this with deep belief?

It is because of all these problems in Nigeria that we are calling every Christians all over the world to join hands and pray for Nigeria. And we have already seen God’s move to restore our country by bringing someone like Peter Obi to use him take back Nigeria to the right track. And we must rise up all together to support and put him there to change the situation in the country. We are calling everyone to join us and pray for Nigeria.

Obi’s candidacy is a Pan Nigerian redemptive ballot based revolution, it is beyond Creed or Clan, it is indiscriminate of Region or Religion, and it is indiscriminate of the Muslim/Christian divide that trouble our space. It is about a nation in dire need of redemption.

Nigeria Crisis has risen to its climax

Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs.In Maiduguri, the Borno state capital says that 8,630 households translating into 30,041 individuals


Despite claiming during his first year in office that Islamist militant group Boko Haram had been “technically” defeated, President Buhari now admits that his government is failing to stop the insurgency, which began in the north-east.

Herders and Farmers

But disagreements over the use of land and water, as well as grazing routes, have been exacerbated by climate change and the spread of the Sahara Desert, as herders move further south looking for pasture. Thousands have been killed in clashes over limited resources.

Banditry and Kidnapping

Hundreds of schools were closed following abductions at schools in Zamfara and Niger state, where children as young as three years old were seized. By every indication, Nigeria’s lucrative kidnapping industry is thriving – expanding into previously safe areas


Nigeria in Crisis

Killings Everywhere