Clerics in Edo State have urged their followers to obtain permanent voter cards and vote for candidates with proven character in the general election in 2023.Information Guide Nigeria
The clerics who stated this at the Edo Ministers Elders’ Caucus forum said it was time to put an end to Nigerians’ untold suffering by voting for the right people.
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The Founder of Life Renewal Ministries, Apostle Godwin Ojo, urged the congregation to obtain their PVCs so that they could vote for the right candidates who would save the country from the pain and agony that the All Progressives Congress government had allegedly inflicted on them. He also urged them to continue to pray for the Church and the nation as a whole.
He said, “Let me tell you a fact. If you don’t have the PVCs, you have no voice in this election discussion. No matter how you speak and mobilise, you have no voice. It is only those who have the PVCs that have a voice. Politics is a game of numbers,” he added.
Evangelist Tony Ekhine, Head of National Publicity, Contact, and Mobilisation, Obi-Datti Presidential Campaign Council, urged participants to vote for Peter Obi, who has the fear of God, a listening ear, and a good character.NYSC portal
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Ekhine also stated that Obi possessed all of the qualities required to become Nigeria’s president. He claimed that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd. ), promised so much to Nigerians but delivered nothing.JAMB portal
“This moment requires all of us to get our PVCs to march forward to change the narrative of leadership in Nigeria. You will get your PVCs no matter the games the ruling APC government is playing. Because plans are on ground to deny Nigerians their PVCs, especially in the region where Obi is popular.