2019 General Elections: Pastor Akinosun warns politicians against making empty promises

By ‘Gbenga Bankole

Ahead of the forthcoming general elections, the President of Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide, Pastor Abraham O. Akinosun has said politicians should restrain themselves from making empty promises.

Pastor Akinosun noted this in his New Year message published in Guardian Newspaper entitled; “Hope For The Best, Pour Out Your Heart to God.”

The President also said that politicians should earn the votes of the people rather than getting it through rigging and ballot snatching, urging them to desist from using thugs nor see the election as a do-or-die exercise.

“Election is not war. There is no need to build up arms over the election. There will always be another chance to win election if the battle is lost this time around. Whoever among them wins the election should embrace the losers and collectively find solutions to the nation’s ill,” he stated.

Pastor Akinosun urged Nigerians to have positive views about the country, praying that Nigeria will be healed of all its political, social and economic malaise in Jesus’ name.

The Cleric urged Nigerians to confidently exercise their franchise during the election and forget the negative view that their votes will not count.

“Believe that God will use your vote to enthrone the man after His heart to govern this nation. Just do what is right, don’t vote for money, don’t vote for any inducement by any politician, just vote according to your conscience. I assure you, it will be well with you,” he said.  

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