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‘Tell The Truth To Those In Power’ — Lalong Challenges Religious Leaders

‘Tell The Truth To Those In Power’ — Lalong Challenges Religious Leaders
Simon Lalong

Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong has called on religious leaders to use their platforms to tell the truth to people in power and proffer solutions to the country’s problems.

He enjoined clerics to engage in prayers and spiritual guidance for Nigerian leaders to discharge their duties diligently.

He made the call on Sunday during a mass in honour of David Ajang, the Bishop-elect of the Catholic Diocese of Lafia.

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“Let me, therefore, use this opportunity to call on our religious leaders to continue to uphold both the leadership and fellowship in prayers and also give us spiritual guidance in these troubled times,” Lalong said.

“You stand in a position to tell truth to those in power and also proffer solutions to the problems of the nation. Building Nigeria is a task that all of us must be involved.”

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