Tough Times Awaits Criminals, Kidnappers In Benue State – Gov. Ortom

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Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has again vowed that tough times awaits criminals and kidnappers operating in the state, stressing that his administration will not relent on its fight against criminalities.

This was as he also vowed that his administration through the combined efforts of security agencies would not surrender the state to criminals.

Ortom, who spoke Sunday at the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Hope of Glory Parish, Nyiman in Makurdi, the state capital where he worshipped with other believers, said that hardened criminals that terrorised the state in the past had not found it funny.

He expressed the determination of his administration to do all that is necessary to ensure peace in the State and therefore charged Christians to listen to God and walk with Him to order their steps.

The Governor reiterated his resolve to allow God direct and work through him while urging believers to apply faith with works in all they do.

In his sermon, Pastor Moses Adagba, who spoke on the topic: “Wonders of His Presence,” described God as God of Wonders Who does things without anyone’s permission.

Adagba said; “God’s presence means knowing God and God knowing you. If one dwells in the presence of God, whatever he says will surely come to pass.”

The man of God said that there is so much benefits being in the presence of God and urged Christians to ensure that they dwell in the presence of God in order not to be found wanting when He comes.

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