Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka of the Adoration Ministry in Enugu State has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to ensure that his administration tackles the challenges facing the country in 2017.
He gave the advice in Enugu on Saturday night in his New Year message at the cross over service to 2017.
He advised the President to tackle the challenges facing the country through a robust leadership in the New Year, saying “many Nigerians are suffering.
“Though the President is trying on corruption and security, Nigerians are hungry; they want to see more changes.
“There is the need to assist businessmen and women in their businesses.”
He also advised the President to appoint experts who would help him to revive the economy.
The cleric asked the President to consult Church leaders and eminent men of God to advise him and tell him the truth about the economy.
“We cannot reach him for advice because of the kind of people around him,” he added.
He then urged Nigerians to be patient and be prayerful “as your sufferings and hardships would be over in 2017.
“Nigeria is set to be great again,” he stressed.