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OH LORD, GIVE US A VOICE!


O Lord our help in ages past!
Our Redeemer today and tomorrow!
Our Help is times of need!
O God our Everlasting Father!


We have come to say “Thank you”
You have done what no man can do
You are doing what no man will ever do
We have come to appreciate you again

We need a Voice!
A voice that will speak from the Lecture Halls
Lecturers and Professors who will speak against the ills of the education sector
Voices that will not just speak Academic Grades but will be bold to speak to Politicians and Government

We need a Voice!!
A voice that will speak from the Hospitals
Doctors and Health Practitioners that will speak against the ills of the health sector
Voices that will not just speak Medications but will be bold to speak to the Politicians and Government

We need a voice!
A voice that will speak from the Religious Houses
Pastors & Imams that will speak against the ills of our moral values
Voices that will not just speak Religion but will be bold to speak to the Politicians and Government

We need a voice!
A voice that will speak from the Media Houses
Journalists and Editors that will speak against the ills of our Leaders
Voices that will not just speak public relations but will be bold to speak to the Politicians and Government

We need a voice!
A voice that will speak from the traditional stools
Chiefs and Rulers of the people that will speak against the ills of our Society
Voices that will not just speak allocations but will be bold to speak to the Politicians and Government

In every area and in every corner
Let Men and Women rise up to speak up
In every villages and urban centers
Raise People who are not afraid to Speak up

In every town and Cities
Let Leaders of Industries rise to speak up
In every state and Constituencies
Raise Representatives who are not afraid to speak up

In every place where people are gathered
Let Youths and Elders rise up to speak up
In every organizations and institutions
Raise future Leaders who are not afraid to speak up

We need people who call a goat a goat
We need leaders who will call a ghost a ghost
We need representatives who will call a dog a dog

We need spiritual heads who will call a bug a bug

Let Voices begin to speak for our favour
Let Voices speak against our hard labour
Let Voices speak up for our jubiliations
Let Voice speak against our tribulations

We need a Voice o Lord
Give us a Voice in this Nation
We have come to make this request with tears
Hear and answer us in Jesus Name.

Amen!

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