The Primate, African Church Nigeria Mission Incorporated and Overseas and the President, Christian Council of Nigeria, Most Reverend Emmanuel Josiah Udofia, has charged Nigerians, more importantly, Christians, to turn promptly unto the Lord, whom, he humbly described as the light, truth and the way.
In addition, they were also enjoined to be disciplined and exemplary role models, showcasing the qualities of Christ as the light unto other people’s darkness, for the Nation, Society and the Church, to be the very best to happily live in and serve, at all times.
He made the remarks in a Sermon delivered at the formal dedication and the opening of a new Cathedral of the United African Methodist Evangelical Church, 3, Akinsola Lane, Abule Ijesha, Lagos.
Dignitaries at the occasion include Spiritual Leader, Cherubim and Seraphim Movement, Ayo Ni o, Special Apostle, Gabriel Olubunmi Fakeye, Bishop, Diocese of Lagos Mainland, Methodist Church Nigeria, Rt. Reverend Oladapo Babalola, representing the Prelate, Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde, Archbishop Paul Atilade, Archbishop Paul Onanuga JP, among others.
Berating the religious and others indulging in shameful vices, he promptly charged them to avoid the wrath of God in that regard.
Primate Udowfia pleaded for a complete turnaround from all, for God to appreciate them successfully in their divine disciplines. He posited that Christians should embrace their disciplines as divine stewardship from God which must be accounted for, any time, requested for by Him.