The General Superintendent of Christ Redemption Bible Church Worldwide, John Oluwadare, has advised Nigerians to vote according to their conscience in the forthcoming general elections and also carefully examine the records of the candidates.
“Everyone should look at what they (candidates) have done, and Nigerians should be able to say this is what this one has done and this is what that one has done. If we can look at that, then we will be able to get to where we are going,” he said.
The cleric spoke to journalists in Lagos during the unveiling of the plans for the church’s 25th convention.
Oluwadare said Nigerian youths are capable but they are not yet mature enough to take up leadership role in the country.
He added, “This country is delicate, and it is only somebody who has faced tough challenges in the past that we must look at.
“We must put sentiment, religion, and ethnicity aside if we don’t want to blame ourselves. We must not continue to have problems. We must get somebody who can trash away insecurity, terrorism, and kidnapping once and for all so that we can get investors to come and invest in this country.”
“Nigeria is not a bad country, and it’s even not bad yet, and I want all of us to have the hope that, by the grace of God, this country is still going to be a great nation, and that all those areas we are running to, the people will also run back here.”
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