Kumuyi To FG: Invite Nigerians Living Abroad To Help Recover Economy From Recession

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Oct 10, 2016 – Kumuyi To FG: Invite Nigerians In The Diaspora To Help Recover Economy From Recession

Pastor William Kumuyi, the General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry has advised the Federal Government to invite Nigerians in the Diaspora to make contribution for the recovery of the economy.

Speaking yesterday at the Glorious Liberation Sunday Worship service at the Enyimba International Stadium Aba, Kumuyi said that Nigerians were doing well all over the world in their various fields of endeavour and ad-vised the Federal Government to tap their expertise to rejuvenate the economy. Addressing journalists at the end of the combined service, the founder of Deeper Life Bible Church, said that it would be unfair to say that the political class has no solution to the nation’s problems.

“Let’s make use of our people. We can invite Nigerians in the Diaspora to assist us at this time,” the Pastor said. He explained that the service conducted in the state as in other parts of the country became necessary at the moment because the people needed change in every aspect of their lives.

According to him: “Just as the ordinary people need God’s intervention for the blind to see, the lame to walk, the sick to be well and the oppressed to be free, the political class also need wisdom and ideas for sustainable development.”

He also advised religious leaders especially, the Deeper Life Bible Church to look for means of reaching the people in need, especially the rural people and touching their lives positively. “That God will open our eyes to see the people in need. People in the rural areas, what are their needs some are sick, what can we do to help them, orphans, widows, not just for church work,” he said.

11 thoughts on “Kumuyi To FG: Invite Nigerians Living Abroad To Help Recover Economy From Recession

  1. Thank you so very much for the word full of wisdom, you are my spiritual father all time, i wish they could listen to the voice of God, but they wont, but thank u sir for telling them the solutions to our economy problem.

  2. NOT TO DISREGARD the suggestion of a powerful man of God, I must admit that I wonder what the diaspora would do that the ones who are based here cannot. Nigerians who are outside the country would even be more cautious and unwilling to invest in our country at a time like this than their counterparts who are living in the country. This is the plain truth. Bringing this country out of this pit rests more on the insiders than the outsiders.

  3. NOT TO DISREGARD the suggestion of a powerful man of God, I must admit that I wonder what the diaspora would do that the ones who are based here cannot. Nigerians who are outside the country would even be more cautious and unwilling to invest in our country at a time like this than their counterparts who are living in the country. This is the plain truth. Bringing this country out of this pit rests more on the insiders than the outsiders.

  4. DADDY PASTOR KUMUYI, WHAT YOU SAID ABOUT NIGERIANS COMING BACK IS A GOOD IDEA BUT THE ONLY WAY NIGERIANS WILL ACCEPT TO COME BACK HOME TO NIGERIA AND INVEST, IT IS ONLY WHEN NIGERIANS AT HOME ACCEPT TO STAND UP FOR THE TRUTH, THE ECONOMIC OF NIGERIA IS BAD TODAY BECAUSE NIGERIANS ARE REFUSING TO STAND FOR THE TRUTH BUT INSTEAD NIGERIANS ARE BLAMING PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI FOR EVERYTHING ABOUT THE ECONOMIC CRISIS IN NIGERIA TODAY AND FORGETTING TO UNDERSTAND THAT FORMER PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN HANDED A TIME BOMB TO PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI AND THE TIME BOMB EXPLODED IN PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI HANDS AND TODAY NIGERIANS ARE HOLDING AN INNOCENT MAN ACCOUNTABLE FOR NOTHING BECAUSE HE STOOD UP FOR THE TRUTH.

  5. Thanks for your comments @Metu. Let me start from your last sentence that in order to bring this Country out of the present mess should start within the Country rather than outside. I absolutely agree with you on that. I’m not going to criticize this Pastor but one of our problem we are having in this Country is the inability of our prominent people to be realistic by saying the truth even if it is bitter.

    I believe there is nothing wrong if most of our men of God made a visit to Aso Rock on behalf all Nigerians and have a serious discussion with the President and his cabinets and offer some advise. The men of God should be appealing to those who stole our money to start reinvesting it back into the society. The Nigerians in diaspora already doing their best by shouldering most of their family financial problems. Some Nigerians in diaspora are feeding almost 30 people or more in their family and responsible for school fees of most of their relatives. Nigerians in are sending billion in a year contributing to Nigeria economy.

    Nigerians in diaspora are just working just like other people unless if you want to strain them. Jumpstarting the economy should start back from home.

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