The Missionaries and Pastors Organization (MPO) on Monday supported President Muhammadu Buhari as its presidential hopeful in the up and coming decision this month. MPO is an umbrella assemblage of ministers and preachers of all divisions across the country.
The National President of the association, Prophet Emmanuel Chinonso talked with correspondents in Lagos.
He said the choice of the association to pronounce its help for Buhari began in the wake of watching with distinct fascination the occasions in the country.
”As a president who has shown his great will in fighting corruption which is one of the major problems in this country, we hereby agree and speak with one voice. We the Missionaries and Pastors Organisation today endorse President Muhammadu Buhari and Prof Yemi Oshinbajo for second term, we believe that in the next four years he will do more better,” he said.
Talking further, Chinonso expressed that the congregation in trustworthiness can’t bear to be non-divided in light of the fact that they are above all else people and want to have a pioneer who might give great administration and improve the country, “Saying that the congregation ought to be non-fanatic is stating that the congregation shouldn’t cast a ballot. It is even a transgression for an offspring of God not to cast a ballot on casting a ballot day.
What’s more, as long as you are casting a ballot that implies you have somebody you are voting in favor of,” he said. He charged every one of the facilitators of MPO to work and appeal to God for the re-appointment of Buhari. He included that Nigerian youth ought not cast a ballot dependent on the cash they would get however vote in view of good still, small voice bearing their future while INEC should ensure that the race is free and fair.
“The youth should support a candidate who will help move the country forward. Buhari has a good will to make Nigeria better. Things might not be going on well now but I know of the truth that the will of God will play this time and those trying to disorganise his government will not succeed. INEC should also make sure that the election is free and fair” he added.
Ecclesiastical overseer Onyeagoziri Okeugo Sunday said Buhari ought to have a second residency being somebody with an altruism to battle debasement which, has perverted the framework. He included that Christians all over Nigeria should cast a ballot as per their cognizant as the association isn’t forcing anyone on anybody.
He added that the decision to embrace Buhari was a choice the body made subsequent to following occasions in the country, “My advice is that Christians all over Nigeria should vote their choice candidates but they belonged to this organisation they will definitely believe in the candidate we believe,” he said.
In another news, it has just been reported that Commonwealth Election Observation has arrived Nigeria and have met with the INEC chairman.
The group met with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Abuja on Monday.
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Jakaya Kikwete, pioneer of the delegation and former President of the Republic of Tanzania, said the designation is in Nigeria to watch the race and measure the readiness of the commission for the decisions.
He said the designation would send its individuals to different locations across the country, including that the group would issue an interim report after the elections, and later issue an comprehensive report.
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Professor Mahmood Yakubu, the INEC Chairman, respected the delegation, and told newsmen that the designation is in the country on the welcome of the commission to observe the elections. He guaranteed the assignment of INEC’s readiness to direct a free, fair and credible decision.