Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama of Abuja Archdiocese has asked Christians in Nigeria not to shy away from prayers as potent weapon to rid the society of injustice, violence, terrorism, banditry, kidnapping, embezzlement of funds, cybercrimes and other vices. Archbishop Kaigama gave the advice recently during a homily delivered at St. Martin’s Catholic Church, Lugbe, Abuja. He charged the Faithful “To pray today that the Spirit will teach us how to pray properly without ceasing, how to show mercy, and how to be active agents of evangelization.” According to the Archbishop, prayer is not about speaking in tongues what people would not comprehend, but the ability to be in the presence of God, talking to Him as a son or daughter would talk to a father. He advised Christians to have time and space in their heart and house for God, not only in time of trouble. He also challenged Christians to be the good seeds and shining stars in a world of wickedness and corruption, while also contributing materially in building His Kingdom.