Human Demons Disrupted Elections In Rivers, Kogi, Lagos, Others – Enenche
The General Overseer of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Pastor Paul Enenche, has condemned the disruption of last Saturday’s presidential election in some states.
Enenche accused some political office seekers and their political thugs of their involvement in destroying the peaceful conduct of the 2023 presidential election.
He made the accusation while reacting to the just concluded Presidential and National Assembly elections during his sermon at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre on Sunday.
According to him, the desperate behaviour that was exhibited by some of the politicians during the election is similar to those that are common in the animal kingdom.
He said despite the patriotism, enthusiasm and determination of Nigerians to vote for a credible candidate, it was unfortunate that some enemies of the nation still managed to perpetuate electoral evils.
He said, “Unfortunately, the human demons in our custody and their lunatic agents in various parts of the country didn’t allow for a peaceful and just election in those places. Videos recordings of their misdeeds were flying from Lagos, Rivers, Kogi, Anambra, Abuja, e.t.c, with thugs at the helm of affairs in certain units.
“Some were saying if you are not voting our party, leave here at a polling unit in Lagos and a policeman was standing there.
“The question is, who are the kinds of leaders or aspirants who would orchestrate those kinds of criminalities? They are worthless, valueless and mobile disasters that have neither credibility nor quality to command any form of followership or win elections, so they have to resort to criminality, thuggery and all forms of manipulative devices to attempt to win.
”When you look at them, they look like animals. Both those thugs and those who sent them. What monkeys will not do, what bamboo will not do are what these human demons do in the name of so-called desperately aspiring leaders. Are animals trying to lead human beings? Impossible.”
Speaking further, Enenche warned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) against any attempt to manipulate the result and thereby frustrate the people’s will would result in unimaginable consequences.
He added: “INEC is strongly advised to do the right thing and to do it on time. Issues of Inability to upload results on the server, failure of results upload from BVAS machines, and delay in the arrival of results, especially from the Northern part of the country, are raising many suspicions.”