News: RCCG Tasks Youths On National Development


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Lagos – The National Youth Pastor of Redeemed
Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Belemina
Obunge, on Friday urged Nigerian youths to strive
and contribute their quota toward nation building.

Obunge made the plea while addressing newsmen
on the upcoming National Youth Convention.

He urged the youths to look inwards and use their
various skills to move the nation out of its current
challenges.

The cleric said that in spite of the current economic
challenges confronting the country, youths could
still make positive impact that would reflect on the
country’s fortunes.

According to him, youths are called to live a life of
impact and without them there would not be a
future for the country.

“Nigerian youths should search within and see
what they can do in a time like this; they should ask
themselves what gift they have that they can make
manifest.

“Nigerian youths should manifest the skills they
have, start small and be the solution in their little
corner,’’ he said.

He said that every youth has a good potentials and
what it takes to make the country better.

“They should not compare themselves with others
but look inwards and manifest the gift in them.

“They should look for mentors that will encourage
them to be better,’’ Obunge said.

Obunge said the convention was important and
significant to the nation and the church, adding that
the church was committed to youths making
exploits and breaking barriers.

“ The church has deemed it necessary to provide
platforms like the Redeemed Initiative for Skills &
Empowerment (RISE) and Nigeria Shift for the
youth.

“The platform was created for youths who are the
future leaders to showcase the gifts God had
endowed them with,’’ he said.

The convention with the theme, “Vessels Unto
Honour, ” would hold between Oct. 3 and Oct. 7 at
the RCCG Redemption Camp on the Lagos-Ibadan
expressway.

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