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Daddy Hezekiah urges Christians to embrace peace, live happily with all

The Federal Government of Nigeria has been commended for shunning the embracement of the LGBTQ in the country, in sense that it is not an integral culture of Nigeria. 

This was made known by the Founder, Leader and Arch Bishop of Living Christ Mission Inc., His Grace, The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah OON, JP, while exchanging views with press men at the administrative headquarters of his church in Onitsha, Anambra State, recently. According to Daddy Hezekiah, the LGBT practices are very immoral, abominable and highly destructive in nature. While wishing happy Easter Celebration to Christians, The Jews, and happy Eid-el-Fitri celebration to the Muslim community, the prelate of Living Christ Mission Inc. encouraged the faithful of these religious bodies to always embrace peace and imbibe the culture of “Live and let live”, to reflect the symbol of unity and oneness in the country.

   Reacting further The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah, urged The Federal Government of Nigeria to intensify efforts in combating insecurity across the country, also to reconsider the removal of Petroleum subsidy and address the unfavourable policies and practices of commercial banks, which include deductions from customers' accounts for cash deposits or withdrawals as these challenges are significant concerns faced by Nigerians and require urgent attention from the government.

Daddy Hezekiah emphasized the devastating impact of the removal of the Petroleum subsidy by the government. He highlighted how this decision has led to an unbearable increase in the prices of essential goods and services, including foodstuffs, transportation, other commodities and exchange rates for the Dollar and other currencies. He condemned removal of the oil subsidy, stating that it has brought immense hardship on the populace, including civil servants whose salaries have remained stagnant. He emphasized that adequate measures should have been taken beforehand to mitigate the adverse effects of the subsidy removal on oil and electricity, as it is the masses that suffer the adverse effect. He stressed that the distribution of cash or palliatives to help the poor masses in this situation may seem to be a good option but a critical consideration tells us that these palliative and money distributions end up in the pockets of a few connected individuals. Hence oil and electricity subsidies, benefit both the rich and the poor. He therefore appealed to the federal government of Nigeria to reconsider the removal of the fuel subsidies in question, so as to better the economic conditions of Nigerians.

Further, the Internationally respected man of God criticized some policies and practices of the banking industries in the country, particularly the arbitrary deductions made from customers' accounts for cash deposits and other transactions. He described these actions as mere extortion and damaging to the reputation of both the country and the banking sector. He appealed to the Federal Government to intervene and rectify these practices for the well-being of the citizens and the integrity of the banking sector. The Most Rev. Daddy Hezekiah also called on Central Bank of Nigeria to direct subordinate banks in the country to refrain from the practice of converting moneys sent from overseas relatives in hard or foreign currencies into naira when disbursing to the recipients, describing such practice as unfortunate and grossly unhealthy. He implored the Federal Government to take urgent action to investigate and address the fraudulent activities of some banks in Nigeria.

The globally recognize crusader against injustice, expressed deep concern over the escalating insecurity plaguing the nation, characterized by rampant kidnappings and violence that tarnish Nigeria’s international reputation. He questioned how hundreds of students/pupils could be abducted without any trace and decried the ease at which kidnappers demand and receive millions of naira as ransoms often without tracing the bank accounts these are being paid into, emphasizing that the primary responsibility of a sovereign government is to ensure the safety of its citizens and their properties, yet many lives are being lost on daily basis due to insecurity in the country. In continuation, the respected Arch Bishop of Living Christ Mission, maintained that agricultural activities in various states have been abruptly hampered by insecurity, which is detrimental to the economic and food production in the country. He noted that the pervasive insecurity also deters both local and international investors from investing in the nation’s economy, calling on the government to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to address insecurity effectively. He recommended the procurement and deployment of advanced technology to apprehend perpetrators and ensure they face the full force of the law, thereby restoring safety and stability to Nigeria.

The ardent advocate of peace, unity and harmony advised Governments at all levels in Nigeria to urgently embark on massive rehabilitation of roads especially in the South East region where dilapidated roads have become death traps, emphasizing that the poor road network, not only hampered economic activities but also contributed to increase in accidents and criminalities in the country.

With respect to appointing people in high offices, the man of God advised the government to always put round pegs in round holes, by appointing people who are by all standard qualified for the positions, as these would ensure efficient service delivery. in their appointments by appointing people who are by all standards qualified for the position they are being appointed to occupy, so that there will be efficiency in their services.

Commenting further the Mighty Man of God, expressed deep concern over the daily loss of lives in Nigeria due to the lack of access to quality healthcare, particularly among the impoverished masses who face financial constraints. He called upon both the Federal and State Governments to properly equip and support General Hospitals to make quality healthcare services accessible to all, regardless of socio-economic status. Daddy Hezekiah implored authorities to address the high costs of medical treatment in private hospitals.

On election stability in Nigeria, The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah, passionately called on the government to combat rigging and other electoral malpractices, maintaining that illegitimate leaders breed anarchy as they would not have the mandate of the people.

The highly distinguished man of God who is also the Proprietor and Chancellor of the first private university in Imo State, Hezekiah University, Umudi, also urged the judiciary to prioritize justice, equity and fairness at all cost, emphasizing that the judiciary is the last hope for the common man. He stressed the importance of a fair and independent judiciary in upholding justice and rebuilding public trust.


Highlighting the immense suffering endured by Jesus Christ during His crucifixion, Daddy Hezekiah stated that it was not easy for Jesus to make the sacrifice. He therefore called on humanity to turn away from sin and live lives worthy of emulation.

Finally, His Grace, The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah, wished Nigeria well and called on her leaders to always be responsive to the yelling and aspirations of their subjects, by providing for their basic needs, secured and conducive environment, at all times.

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