The Acting Head Of Service, Dr Folashade Yemi-Esan wants Nigerians to use their leisure and read Books that will positively impact them rather than peddling fake News on Social Media.
She made the call in Abuja at the Launch of Four Books written by the Lead Pastor of the Citizens Church for All Nations, Pastor Peter Balogun.
Dr Yemi-Esan maintained the challenges confronting the nation could be solved if many Nigerians engage themselves in activities that would have a positive impact on the society.
The Head of Service admonished Nigerians particularly, Civil Servants to read beyond Certificate courses.
She said “Nigerians including Civil servants should engage themselves in activities that will enhance their Physical and Spiritual capacities, I recommend these books for them to benefit from the Author’s wealth of experience”
On the occasion, the Director-General, National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Segun Runsewe who was the Chief Launcher, said the Books had the influence to Change Society for Better.
“Let me tell you Pastor Peter Balogun had done a great job by putting all these together for the benefit of the society, especially, the one with the title, Destroying Ancient Altars it has the power to change minds from the evil which is very useful for our society nowadays.” Otunba Runsewe explained.
Some of the Books Launches by the Director-General, National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Segun Runsewe. Photo: Samuel Adeyinka (Radio Nigeria).
The Author, Pastor Peter Balogun who had written 18 Books, explained that his latest publications were borne out of curiosity to impact on society besides messages from the Pulpit.
“All the Books were developed from the inspiration of God, to meet the certain need of people not only in Nigeria but across the world”.said Pastor Balogun.
The Books titled: the Mighty God, Destroying Ancient Altars, Understanding Kingdom Secret and the Obededom Testimony were reviewed by Mr Kehinde Ogunwumiju, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Pastor Tayo Olutayo of Good Tidings Bible Church and The Managing Director of African Independent Television, Dr Oluwatosin Dokpesi.