Bishop Jatau calls for peaceful general elections

Arch-Bishop Professor Emmanuel Musa Jatau

By Danjuma Joseph (LAFIA)

Presiding Bishop of Faith-Hill Prophetic Assembly worldwide, Arch-Bishop Professor Emmanuel Musa Jatau, has called on Nigerians to choose right leaders by turning out en mass to vote competence and credibility

Bishop Jatau, who made the call during a community medical outreach for 300 beneficiaries at the instance of the Minister of State FCT, Dr Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, said if deliberate steps are taking by supporting diversity, as evident in the heterogeneous nature of Nigeria, the world will be a better place for all.

Bishop Jatau, called on stakeholders in the electoral processes to shame the enemies of the country by refusing to do the contrary, noting that’s the only way to redeem the image of the country.

“Let me remind us where we’ve come, the difficulties, the pain, lack, insecurity, hunger , fuel scarcity, hike in market prices, high unemployment, high inflation and recently cash swap ciris. Remember also, how we have become a laughing stock in Africa and the World. Though they say nothing good can come out of Nigeria,but I make bold to say Nigeria will Once more rise again” he said.

He urged Nigerians to pray for the peaceful conduct of the elections, saying it is a moment of decision for all, therefore nobody should be left out in exercising his or her franchise.

“It is therefore important to pray for a peaceful and successful elections in Nigeria so that we have a violent free elections, enemies of Nigeria’s elections be put to shame, voters should reject being used to stir or trigger troubles and voters to vote the right candidates who will lead the Nation alright “.

He lauded the efforts of the Minister of state FCT, Dr Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, in bringing succor to the less privileged at Piwoyi Community Abuja, in the area of Healthcare and provision of Food when Nigerians are passing through hardship saying her role in the area of security and harmonious co-existence is evidently clear.

Earlier in a remark, the Minister of state FCT, Dr Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, apart from congratulating Arch Bishop Jatau, on his 60th birthday, noted that the free medical outreach and other gestures was a deliberate way of caring for humanity irrespective of inclinations, because they are first human beings and Nigerians, before choosing to belong to either of the religions or political parties.

The Minister said the 3000 beneficiaries who are mostly widows, orphans and other less privileged within Piwoyi Community, will benefit from eye checks and all forms of medical examination while those with critical conditions will be referred to major hospital within the Municipal for Further attention.

Dr Ramatu warned youths against allowing themselves to be used as political tugs in the forthcoming general elections, saying their lives does not worth the ambition of any politician.

She expressed optimism on the chances of Bola Ahmed Tinubu and appealed to Nigerians to work above tendencies that will disunite the country, saying that “Nigerians need each other to survive as such noting should be allow to serve as cog in the wheel of progress of the country”.

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