Joshua Iginla, founder and the General Overseer of Champions Royal Assembly, has advised Nigerian youths against being too desperate to travel abroad in search of a better life.
Iginla gave the advice while condemning the alleged killings of migrants and human trafficking in Libya.
Addressing his congregation in Abuja, the televangelist warned that there was no machine out there that guaranteed instant prosperity once they land abroad.
The clergyman described the alleged slave trade as man’s wickedness against another.
According to Iginla, “I have never seen this level of heartlessness, wickedness from one human being to another. I saw how young ladies were molested and I begin to wonder if the people doing these are human beings.
“That is why in this ministry, we are doing our best to assist. It is really wicked to see how people price human beings like food. I pray that the government of the day will take cogent steps because there are a lot of poor brothers out there in pains.
“Please, like I always say to Nigerian youths, don’t be too desperate to relocate abroad that you now travel through desert. Let me tell you, what you are going through here is better than what people are going through out there