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Hallelujah Challenge: Thousands Pray Against Killings

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Nathaniel Bassey at the Experience 2017
Hallelujah Challenge: Thousands Pray Against Killings

More than 23,000 people have prayed against the ongoing killings in Nigeria particularly the recent massacre of over 86 people in some villages in three local governments in Plateau state.

The participants prayed on a prayer point tagged “Let the wickedness of the wicked end in Nigeria”, during the ongoing Hallelujah Challenge, a midnight prayer and praise hour anchored by gospel singer, Nathaniel Bassey.

Over 23,000 who joined a live video of the Hallelujah Challenge on the instagram handle of the singer: @nathanielblow, prayed God to end the wickedness of those who were responsible for the massacre across Nigeria.

They prayed God not to allow the wickedness and the killings to go on but to intervene so that an end may be found to the blood shed.

The participants led by the anchor also prayed for the family of those killed that God should comfort them as they mourn.

The one hour midnight prayer is broadcast live on Instagram and also on Facebook.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the number of participants recorded in this report is drawn only from Instagram, as correspondent did not take note of those who joined in the prayer through the live Facebook video.

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