The primate, Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, Henry Ndukuba, has called for more political will to address Nigeria’s challenges ranging from insecurity to unemployment.
In his new year message at the Cathedral Church of the Advent Life Camp, Abuja, Mr Ndukuba said the current challenges were biting hard on citizens.
According to him, the high cost of living, insecurity and the huge number of unemployed youths threatened peace and national unity.
He, however, believed that with the intervention of God, there would be divine solutions.
The cleric stressed the need for the federal government to prosecute those sponsoring terrorism and other issues threatening national unity.
On the 2023 general election, the Anglican primate urged eligible Nigerians to vote for credible leaders.
He also appealed to political leaders to shun violence and support efforts toward peaceful conduct of the polls.
Mr Ndukuba urged Christians not to give up on fervent prayers, which was a sure way to overcome all challenges.
He declared 2023 as a year of “Divine Exaltation”, saying Christians should exalt God and watch him turn things around for good.