What God told me about solving Nigeria’s problems – Ogun monarch Tejuoso

The Osile of Oke-Ona Egba, Oba Adedapo Tejuoso, has revealed what God told him about solving the many problems confronting Nigeria.

Oba Tejuoso said Nigerians disregarded his words 20 years ago when he disclosed what God wanted them to do to turn around the situation of the country.

According to him, all God wanted was for Nigerians to gather one day and seek the face of God in prayers.

The traditional ruler, however, regretted that nobody had listened to him since he made the revelation two decades ago.

Speaking with journalists at his Ibara GRA residence in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Oba Tejuoso said the criminal things happening in Nigeria were escalating because the nation refused to heed God’s voice.

The Oba, who is the father to the former Ogun Central Senator, Lanre Tejuoso, opined that Nigeria’s situation may not have deteriorated to this extent if the citizenry had listened to God.

“Whatever we do, we must always put God first. That is what is basically wrong with Nigeria. The bible says when the foundation is faulty, what can the righteous do? All the criminal things going on in Nigeria for some time now, (and they seem to be escalating), were foretold. If we had heeded the voice of God, we may probably not have got to this extent.

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“I remember that in the last 20 years, I’ve said it severally that God wants all of us to come back to him. We are the people called by the name of God and if we had humbled ourselves to seek the face of God, many things would not have escalated to this level.

“What God was asking was for all of us to gather for one day in different places and seek His face, just for one day. That has been going on for about 20 years, with warnings severally, but nobody heeded it,” the Ogun first-class monarch said.

The octogenarian maintained that, “Without God, we can do absolutely nothing. Anything we want to do, we need to put before God. We pray He will assist us. We may talk and talk, present hundreds of papers; but if we don’t have the right people in the right places, all efforts will be in futility. May God choose good leaders for Nigerians.”

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