The religion of entrepreneurship

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June 10, 2017
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2 min read

Speaking at the maiden edition of Techpoint Inspired, Pastor Godman Akinlabi, the Lead Pastor of The Elevation Church, said (to religious organisations):

“Don’t ask people to give when you are not contributing in any way to how they make the money”.

He further emphasised the huge role religion has to play in economic growth through encouraging and resourcing people to develop enterprises, to create wealth.

In the words of Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, no amount of praying and fasting can make Nigeria great without hard work. This then begs the question: what role can religious institutions play in building Nigeria's economy?

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