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Recession: Don’t Give Up – Apostle Huseini Urges Christians, Empowers Indigent Citizens

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Apostle Daniel Huseini, the General Overseer Arena of Liberty Gospel Ministry, Zuba in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, has charged Christians not to give up on their faith in spite of the challenges and persecution they are going through in this end time.

The cleric made this submission during a thanksgiving service organized by the Church in honour of the less privileged citizens in the society.

The first of its kind interdenominational service, which attracted thousands of cleric and worshipers, including those from the Muslim faith, was a platform to empower the down trodden irrespective of their religion.

The respected and kind hearted man of God used the occasion to blessed them and other vulnerable members of the society, and items such as  bags of rice and other valuable food stuffs were also given to them.

Also given out by the man of God were wheel chairs and physical cash.

When UnityTimes spoke with some of the beneficiary of the benevolence and magnanimity of the Church leader, they could not hide their joy and excitement.

To some of them, the offer made to them had transformer their life beyond their expectations, describing the Apostle as true man of God, who has the interest of the down trodden at heart, advising his contemporaries to emulate his  good gesture to them.

However, a senior Pastor of the Church, Mr. Emmanuel Devine Jimoh and other anointed men of God who spoke with UnityTimes referred to Apostle Huseini as an end time general and God’s oracle, who came to liberate and salvage mankind from the embarrassment the devil had inflicted on God’s children.

Without any misgiving, the prophet and spiritual leader had gained international recognition when he predicted that President Muhammadu Buhari would be ill in 2017 and the sickness would shake the country. He had also predicted that Nigeria’s economy would be out of recession in 2017, assuring that children of God will have the course to celebrate.



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