Nigeria’s problem is not leadership – Lagos RCCG pastor

Nigeria’s problem is not leadership – Lagos RCCG pastor

The Pastor in Charge, the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Province 20, Christ the Lord Parish, Lekki, Lagos, Pastor Tunde Netufo has disclosed that Nigeria challenge is not with the political leaders but the citizens are impatient, adding, there would be more needed changes.

The cleric who made this known while speaking with journalists added that while every new administration had its own policy thrust, the country was yet to get it right with the challenges of reorientation.

The church will host an economic summit aimed at helping Nigerians with the right knowledge and resources geared towards the emerging economic terrain with regards to the current challenges.

He said, “Every government has its own policy thrust. This government is a transition from an All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government to another, but the truth of the matter is that the personality is different and don’t forget that the will power of an individual is also different.

“So, I think there will be much needed changes. We as a nation have a challenge and it is not with leadership, but we are impatient.

“This is why we need strategic policies and reorientation. Our youths need to be assured that the government is committed towards providing a conducive business environment as well as tackling insecurity, among others.”

Netufo said the upcoming summit would focus on empowering entrepreneurs and businesses to navigate the impact of high inflation, depreciating Naira, high unemployment, underemployment and too much volatility in the system.

“This is the second edition of this economic summit and it is an annual interdenominational event. It is part of the social responsibility initiative to positively transform lives,” he added.