Nigeria’s First Lady Oluremi disclosed yesterday which was Sunday that her husband Bola is not a magician. She made the statement in Abuja during an inter-denominational service to commemorate Nigeria’s 63rd anniversary of independence, which was held under the theme, “Christ in You, the Hope of Glory.”
She added that her administration inherited the problems on the ground, but was willing to fix them without placing any blame on any particular government. She said, “These problems were inherited many years ago, we are not here to blame anyone, we’re here to repair what’s broken.”
“My husband isn’t a miracle worker; he’s going to work, and I hope and pray that peace will come to this country, the best is still yet to come,” she said.
The only way for good governance to have an impact is for the people to live the life of Christ, who lived the life of the spirit.
Love, joy and peace. Long-suffering. Kindness and goodness. Faithfulness. Patience and forgiveness. A new season of success has begun.
If we desire to be among the great things that God has started in this nation, we must look beyond our present situation and find hope again.
There is no obstacle, difficulty or challenge that we can’t overcome if we live the life of Jesus Christ.
Mathew 11:28 says, ‘Come to me, all that labour, and be comforted, and I cause you to rest.’
In these difficult times, all we can do is keep alive the hope that Jesus Christ has planted in us.