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PostSubject: Corruption thrives in Nigeria — Christopher Kolade   Sun 03 May 2015, 6:07 am

Former Nigerian High
Commissioner to the United
Kingdom, Dr. Christopher Kolade,
has observed that many Nigerians
no longer stand on the side of what
is right.
According to him, this is because
corruption thrives in the country.
He made the submission while
delivering a keynote address at the
13th Synod of the Egba Diocese, The
Church of Nigeria, Anglican
Communion, which held on Friday
at the Bishop’s Court, Onikolobo,
Abeokuta.
Kolade noted that many Nigerians,
including Christians, compromised
their faith when faced with
uncertainties of life. He said this
was as a result of fear or the need
to have their expectations met.
He said, “Today, the Nigerian
Christian faces the uncomfortable
reality that corruption seems to be
the most prominent feature of our
way of life.
“Due to corruption, there are many
uncertainties in the Nigerian
environment, which put a great
deal of pressure on faith. The
reason is simple. Uncertainty
means that we are not sure of what
to expect; therefore, the situations
in our business may be out of
control.
“Nobody likes to lose control, no
one enjoys being caught by an
unpleasant surprise. Therefore, we
want to insure ourselves, to make
sure that, whatever happens, we
shall not fail to achieve our
expectations.”
Kolade, who spoke on the theme:
‘A call to true Christian living in
Nigeria,’ explained that the country
was blessed with good climate,
abundant natural resources and
manpower, but the missing link
was the failure of the people to live
holy and follow the examples of
Christ.
Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle
Amosun, who declared the synod
open, commended the Diocesan
Bishop of Egba, Rt. Rev. Emmanuel
Adekunle, for the constructive
criticism of his administration,
stressing that “this has really
helped me a lot.”
He said his re-election and the
achievements he had recorded in
the last four years were made
possible by the help of God.
In his charge, Adekunle said the
church had recorded successes in
evangelism, church planting, clergy
welfare, agro-allied and rural
development and construction of
new administrative block
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PostSubject: Re: Corruption thrives in Nigeria — Christopher Kolade   Sun 03 May 2015, 6:09 am

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PostSubject: Re: Corruption thrives in Nigeria — Christopher Kolade   Sun 03 May 2015, 6:48 am

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