By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan
Worried by the present situation in the country, a London based Nigerian Pastor, Pastor Tobi Adegboyega has philanthropists and captains of industries in Great Britain to assist Nigerian youths out of their unemployment problems which have led to the upsurge of crime and criminality in Nigeria
Pastor Adegboyega of SPAC Nation London who made the appeal while addressing the large congregation of SPAC Nation after his visit to top government functionaries in London.
According to Pastor in a statement , ” Great Britain has to be a Shepherd amongst shepherds. And Great Britain must help Africa and Nigeria arise out of darkness again!”
“Great Britain is a nation under God and with God, on its own. This time, Nigeria and the whole of Africa are waiting for Great Britain for more than the intellectual. They are waiting for the revival that will break out from the whole of Great Britain.” he said
The London based Nigerian Pastor addrd, “if we do not pray, we are in trouble. If you think migration is anything today, wait till there is more trouble in Nigeria. Then you will have more problems on your hands.”
Pastor Adegboyega stressed that SPAC Nation London will soon storm Nigeria where he and his team planned to empower many gifted Nigerians in areas of job and education.
“We have got positive response from our friends who are Managing Directors of companies and industries who have provided logistics including funds to assist in empowering Nigerian youths in the areas of job and education,”
The London based Nigerian Pastor maintained that the gesture was not about dashing out money but “providing funds to assist the gifted but poor people with good ideas but lack of capital for self employment. We shall arrange scholarship for those aspiring to educate themselves as well.”
Emphasizing that there was no ulterior motive behind the project, Pastor Adegboyega noted that it was the conviction of SPAC Nation London that the poor and the vulnerable in Africa be empowered, saying the Nigerian government both at states and Federal levels could not alone solve the problems of their youths in view of other challenges.
The London based Pastor also tasked religious organisations and their leaders to rise up as SPAC Nation did in London and put smiles on the faces of many delinquents who are now blessings to their countries.
“If we can do that in the UK, we are fully prepared to replicate that in Nigeria. Well-to-do and spirit-filled leaders in the UK have promised to back us up. Nigerian youths will get their hopes restored,”