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Apostle Suleiman Speaks On Two Elections Held In Nigeria




Apostle Suleman Speaks On Peter Obi's Court Case Against President-Elect, Tinubu

The General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, has said the permanent voters’ card (PVC) is useless.

Naija News reports that the controversial clergyman made this known while reacting to the outcome of the governorship and house of assembly election across Nigeria.

Fuming over how the election was marred with violence, Suleman said the two elections held in Nigeria have proven that PVC is useless.

According to him, the country has witnessed a situation where leaders force themselves on the citizens through illegal means to assume political positions.

He noted that Nigerian politicians have abused honesty and citizens must not emulate them because honesty still pays.

Suleman Reacts As Nigerian Politicians Beg For Votes

Meanwhile, Suleman, reacted to the new trend of many Nigerian politicians going about begging electorates for votes.

Naija News reports that following the unexpected massive votes that the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, polled during the election, which also allowed some unpopular politicians to get elected into National Assembly positions, many politicians resorted to begging Nigerians for votes.

In a post shared on Instagram, Suleman pointed out that naturally politicians will never act in such a manner but Nigerian youths have changed the narrative, forcing them to go about soliciting votes.

The clergyman also prayed for youths who have taken the pain amidst the current economic situation to ensure that a new Nigeria is birthed.

According to him, the country has never had it so bad that citizens do not have access to their money, stressing that God is aware and will send light at the end of the tunnel

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