Pastor William Kumuyi, the General Superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, has urged Nigerians to forget the past and look ahead, saying that there was hope for the country. He also urged leaders to ‘give the younger generation the kind of a nation which they dream of.’
Kumuyi made this known on Monday in Abuja at the end of a four-day programme tagged “Divine Connection for Freedom”, organised by the church to mark the nation’s 52nd anniversary.
He advised Nigerians to remain steadfast, adding that a better future lay ahead.
Kumuyi also urged the country’s leaders to bequeath to the younger generation, the Nigeria of their dreams.
“We should be concerned to give the younger generation the kind of a nation which they dream of.”
He underscored the need for the realization of the Vision 20: 2020 Agenda, saying that it would move the country forward.
“There is room for improvement, if every individual can do what he is expected to do; our nation will get to where it is expected to be.
“Everybody knows that we are not happy the way we are; but we can stop and think about what we have not done right.
“If there is a united focus and courage to move on, I believe that there is still a better future for Nigeria.
“We have only one life to live and whatever we do this time, is what we will be remembered for. So let everybody do something positive and progressive.’’
“This is because what we do for the few, will eventually affect the rest of the people, because we are living in a network of relationships,” Kumuyi said. (NAN)