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2023 Elections Must Happen Smoothly Without Bloodbath – CAN

Christians Association of Nigeria

Christians Association of Nigeria

The Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria in the 19 Northern States and Abuja, Rev. Yakubu Pam has come out to tell all presidential candidates of the various political parties participating in the 2023 general election not to view it as a do-or-die affair.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the current government definitely has a role to play in ensuring smooth electioneering campaign and smooth transition without bloodbath next year.

He added that Christians should also shun apathy towards electioneering while participating actively in election matters.

His words, “Our presidential candidates should not see the general election as a do-or-die affair, after all power comes from God and what will be, will be; no man runs faster than his shadow.”

“We, the religious leaders, must stand firm in the face of intimidation in this era of electioneering process.”

“We should be able to speak truth to power no matter the circumstances we find ourselves, because for everyone we mislead, we must answer for it someday.”

“Christians should come out as never before to vote and be voted for in the forthcoming general election in February, 2023.”

“It is expected that every eligible Christian should take it upon himself or herself to register with INEC and should not stop there, rather should ensure that he or she gets the PVC so that they can participate in the voting process.”

“The government whether at the federal or state levels, should be proactive in addressing challenges and conflicts that might arise before, during and post-election period.”

“The government has a role to play in ensuring smooth electioneering campaign and smooth transition without bloodbath.”

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