Rev TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations has enjoined Nigerians to be ready to make necessary sacrifices after the Covid-19 pandemic.
He said the pandemic might cause some Nigerians to withdraw from the city to rural lives or to do away with some of their properties.
He said what was happening currently was not strange as it happened from time to time, stressing that only those who can overcome will tell the story later.
He said, “To survive the current time, Nigerians must be “ready to start little, cut your coat according to your cloth and endure temporary pain.
“You know what I mean – the type of life you live must be in accordance with little. It may cause you to withdraw from the city to a rural life or to do away with some of your properties.”
The cleric observed that setback and disappointment come and only those who can endure last.
He added, “If you don’t get your job back or you don’t get a proper job or a full-time job or you run into loss or lose a loved one after this lockdown, don’t despair; don’t doubt your God, who is about to establish you.”