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In Anambra, CAN flays insecurity, unemployment

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ANAMBRA State Branch of Christians Association of Nigeria (CAN) has expressed dismay at the worsening insecurity and unemployment in the country, noting that the only way out was for all to embark on fervent prayers.

  The state CAN boss, Ven. Joseph Nweke said this during their first 2022 State Executive Council meeting at Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity, Onitsha, calling for intensified prayers, even as Nigeria has exited recession according to National Bureau of Statistics in the fourth quarter of 2020

  “The alarming rate of poverty, youth unemployment, weak naira, outrageous exchange rate, rising consumer prices, deteriorating infrastructure and a near collapse of the system, all call for sober reflection

  “These economic malaises are even further compounded by worsening insecurity in virtually every part of the country, widespread corruption and agitations from different regions of the country

  “Today, virtually every young person wants to relocate from the country, thereby compounding the incident of brain drain. Let us pray fervently for our country.

  “I am optimistic there is surely an end and the expectations of

  “Let us do our own bit as responsible citizens and children of God by taking advantage of that little sphere of influence we control and foster positive change,” the CAN boss urged.

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