“Nigeria is Losing her Best Brains”: Cleric Laments Japa syndrome, Hardship, Suggests Solution

Reverend Ben Eragbai has bared his mind on the rising hardship in Nigeria and the rate at which people leave the country for greener pastures abroad Speaking at a recent event to mark his 60th birthday, the cleric asked people to reconsider relocating abroad, adding that “there’s no place like home” Eragbai lamented the worsening situation of things in the country and called on Nigerians to seek divine intervention through prayers.

Reverend Ben Eragbai, the general overseer of the Divine Appointment Ministry International in Ajah, Lagos state, has called for concerted efforts from government to address the rising japa syndrome in the country.

The cleric, who spoke at an event to celebrate his 60th birthday, said while the country has faced several challenges in the past, “the situation is worse today”.

Japa: Hardship pushing Nigerians abroad – Eragbai

At the event, the cleric raised concerns about the delicate situation of the country, noting that Nigerians are hungry and a lot of them are leaving the country in droves out of desperation.
Eragbai said the situation has also led to brain drain in critical sectors of the economy.

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