This pressure can actually translate to a lot of creative transformations; people’s ingenuity tend to come to the fore in a time such as this, if wisely embraced.
Pastor Olumide Olugbenle, a Facilitator with the Institute for National Transformation, has said that the change Nigerians were clamouring for would happen only if they changed their attitudes which encouraged laziness and lack of creativity.
According to a statement signed by Mr Celestine Ogugua, Head of Media, Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC), on Monday in Abuja, Olugbenle said this while training pilgrims in Israel.
The statement said that Nigerian Pilgrims participating in the 2016 Easter Pilgrimage had been undergoing basic leadership training aimed at creating values and ideas for the transformation of the country.
Olugbenle, while teaching on “the principle of Leadership”, encouraged the pilgrims to learn from Israel’s success which.
hinged on discipline, innovation and investment in technology, the statement said.