Jigawa Residents Hold Prayer Session for Nigeria’s Security, Economy

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By Kasim Isa Muhammad

A group of concerned citizens, Sawaba Humanitarian Initiative, organized a special prayer session in Dutse, Jigawa State, to seek divine intervention in Nigeria’s security and economic crises.

TCR reported that despite efforts by security agents to stop the event, hundreds of people gathered to pray for an end to the suffering and hardship that has become the norm for many Nigerians.

Participants expressed deep concern about the future of the country, citing alarming rates of poverty, hunger, and disease.

Comrade Umar Danjani Hadejia, National President of Sawaba Humanitarian Initiative, described the situation as “unbearable” for the common man.

He was moved to tears by the severity of the hardship in rural communities, where households are forced to mortgage properties to survive.

The organization plans to hold similar prayer sessions in all local government areas of Jigawa State, seeking God’s intervention in the face of the daunting challenges facing the nation.

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