Despite the calamities that have befallen some governors last year, more political leaders in the country may encounter more problems if they refuse to work for the development and stability of the nation.
The former Rivers State Chairman of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) and the founder of Abundant Life Evangel Mission (ALEM), Apostle Eugene Ogu who stated this at a pass over service last Tuesday morning said Nigerian leaders have caused more frustrations to the people.
Appostle Ogu noted that after the elections, the masses are no longer happy because those they entrusted leadership have failed the people and the nation.
According to him,” the cry of the people have reached God, soon or later, the precautions will be visited on the leaders who failed to build the nation.
“The judgement of God is upon the nation and it will start from governments houses. We should expect more calamities because the leadership have failed the people”, he said.
The Clergyman said this calamities would come because the cry of the people have reached God.
He said the numerous problems of the people would have been addressed by the leadership, but regretted that those entrusted with leadership were not willing to savage the suffering of the people.
He however, advised that what will save the leadership is for them to response positively to the problems of the people and address national issues.
Ogu advised govern-ments to be careful and work towards the development and stability of the nation, stressing that if the people revoke,the government may not stand the pressure.
He also urged the government to ensure that the basic amenities are provided for the people and also ensure that those who have served the nation and pensioneers should be paid their entitlements regularly rather than allow them die without them benefiting from their sweat.