Bishop David Oyedepo has advised young people against the ‘japa’ Syndrom (leaving Nigeria for greener fields).
Goldennewsng reports that on Saturday, the founder of Winners Chapel, also known as Living Faith Church, spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
Oyedepo encouraged the public authority to greatly put resources into residents to reestablish the lost regard of the country.
Human capital development, according to the chancellor, remains the nation’s most viable and stable stock.
The cleric emphasized that education, as the foundation of sustainable national development, requires greater investment.
Oyedepo said that more young people would stay in Nigeria if the environment was favorable to them.
He insists that moving is not the best option, pointing out that many young people are stuck in foreign countries and are unable to return due to shame. “Parents need to reorient their children.” To rebuild, we all need to remain in Nigeria.
The preacher went on to say, “Everyone has a part to play in the recovery of his nation.”
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