Audio: Prelate Akinola's May Day sermon on corruption

Immediate past Prelate of the Anglican Church of Nigeria, Most Reverend Peter Akinola, in his sermon at the interdenominational church service at the National Ecumenical Centre, Abuja, to commemorate the 2012 National Democracy Day, accused governments at all levels of allowing corruption to eat into the country’s socio-economic and political fabric, because they are paying lip service to the fight against the malaise.

In the sermon, Reverend Akinola proffers solution by asking government to agree to hand over perpetrators of corruption in all its ramifications to God. We bring you audio excerpts from the sermon.


 


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  • KenMani

    This is what you get when the pulpit is abandoned to unconverted men like Rev Peter Akinola. Instead of preaching Jesus Christ (Acts 11.20, Acts 8.12, Acts 28.31 etc. etc.etc) he wasted his time preaching about his own failures in the church. If Rev Peter Akinola had done his job well in the church he would have produced men and women who serve in government without any hint of corruption in their lives. Sadly, it is the church members produced by men like Rev Peter Akinola that are champions of corruption in government. Hear who is talking!!!!! A corrupt tree cannot bring forth good fruit (Matthew 7:18)

    • abeg kenmani
      you have earned your day’s wages rest you hear…because you are not making any sense your stomach is your god like it says in Corinthians

  • Odumegwu2009

    God Bless you Rev Akinola. Thanks for standing with us working people of Nigeria.