The Nigerian youth must make a difference — clergies
The Nigerian youth has been tasked on staying to make all the difference in the society through good deeds and enviable leadership roles.
President of the Asaphs of Seraph International Organisation (ASIO), Prophet Johnson Adeniyi Adeyemi and his colleague gave this charge in Abuja during the inaugural revival of the Abuja Chapter of the organisation.
Adeyemi who stressed on contentment said: “Our youth should start thinking about posterity, the hereafter because we will all give account. Our youth should stay to make a difference.”
He cited some humanitarian projects of ASIO, a platform of the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church of Surulere in Lagos State started by Diasporas in the US in 1998.
Adeyemi said ASIO partners with the Salvation Army, the Red Cross and other agencies through which assistance in aids are made to victims of hurricanes and other mishaps in the US.
“In Nigeria, we have been to Modupekorun Orphanage in Lagos, Old Peoples Home and the Pacelli School for the Blind in Lagos. We gave them materials that they needed to support the blind,” he added.
Adeyemi also scolded politicians for not being good role models to youth.
Emphasizing on the need to revive the high level of morality once exhibited by Nigerians, Prophet Seun Baptist, a revivalist and member of the organisation in US said ASIO returned to Nigeria to establish chapters in Lagos, Ilorin, and in Abuja to connect with young ones