CALABAR—Pastor William Kumuyi, General Superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, has said that imposing one religion on a country will take a long process and as such, nobody can Islalmise or Christianise Nigeria.
Pastor Kumuyi, who is in Calabar, Cross River State, for a crusade, told Vanguard at the Margaret Ekpo International Airport, that no religion advocates the killing of others, so the reported killings of Christians in some parts of the country have to be investigated before reaching a conclusion on the motive behind the killings.
He said: “It is not easy for a person to impose his will on the rest of the country because to do so will take a process which cannot easily be achieved in a country with divergent religious practices like Nigeria.”
He said that the current economic recession in the country was a passing phase that will lead to better times in the near future.
“We are passing through a stage though this is one of the worst recession in the country and we cannot put the blame on one thing or person as the cause because different things contributed at different times to the situation,” Kumuyi said.