“Nigerians are not supposed to suffer. Hence the need for Nigerians to break away from their old ways of voting by voting for the right leaders in the upcoming general election.”
The Christian bishops in Lagos have jointly called on Nigerians to seek the face of God in prayers for a peaceful election during the upcoming general elections due to start on February 25.
The Anglican Bishop of Lagos West, His Honor Dr Samuel Odedeji, addressing journalists in his New Year messages to Nigerians, called on Nigerians to vote for credible leaders.
He advised Nigerians to vote for good leaders who will change the situation of the country.
In his remarks, the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, His Grace, the Most Rev. Dr Alfred Adewale Martins, said that “the Church cannot decide for members which candidate to vote for, but rather advise members to collect their PVC and vote for Leaders. with a human face that can change their economic problems”.
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The Prelate of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, His Eminence Dr. Oliver Ali Aba, also joined his voice in calling on Nigerians to do the right thing by voting for credible leaders.
The Prelate, while addressing reporters during the New Years Service held at Trinity Methodist Church, Tinubu, Lagos Island, on New Year’s Day, said: “Nigeria is richly blessed with human and natural resources.”
“Nigerians are not supposed to suffer. Hence the need for Nigerians to turn away from their old ways of voting by voting for the right leaders in the upcoming general election,” he added.