Kumuyi charges Nigerians to vote

CITIZENS COMPASS– THE need for Nigerians to exercise their voting rights during the 2023 general elections was the major highlights on Tuesday night as the General Superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor Williams Kumuyi,  Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State.

He gave the charge while fielding questions from journalists.

He said that the government and appropriate authorities had assured of peaceful, free and fair elections, and it behooved on the citizens exercise their voting rights in order to elect new leaders.

The cleric arrived the state for a global crusade tagged, “Transformation for total triumph”, which kick starts on Thursday, December 22, 2022.

He said, “I believe that every citizen knows that it is our right as well as our responsibility to vote for a leader of our choice. My charge is that every one of us should vote consciously, people should go to the polls and vote for the leader we know.

“The sitting president has assured us that the election will be free and fair. On the issue of attacks on some INEC facilities, I think those in charge of the administration of election are trying to manage the whole thing and they are assuring us that the elections will still hold.

“They are assuring that we will have good elections and that Nigerian electorate are going to choose a leader of their own choice that will lead us after this administration,” he said.

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