October 7, 2022

2023 elections: Niger NAWOJ advocates female running mates for candidates
Tinubu vs Atiku: Arewa would have preferred youths as presidential candidates – Yerima Shettima
Military operatives engage bandits in shoot out along Sokoto, Zamfara border
Three persons slump at Democracy Day parade
Buhari govt finally recognizes MKO Abiola’s Deputy, Babagana Kingibe as Vice President
Don’t vote political parties without Ideology – Cleric advises Nigerians
2023: PDP, SDP lose 550 members to APC in Jigawa
Senator Arise hails APC presidential candidate, Tinubu
2023: We want integrity, Nigerians have been through enough – Charly Boy on presidential candidates
Osun guber: Hate speech not tool for public relations in election – NIPR
Man burnt to death in Bauchi for allegedly stealing motorcycle
Security operatives kill bandit, foil Kidnap attempt along Kaduna-Abuja highway
22-year-old suspect allegedly hypnotizes teenage girl, rapes her to death in Imo
Mothers protest rising cases of missing children in Taraba community
Gunmen demand N80m to release three kidnapped missionaries in Kogi
Club Cubana shooting: Police under fire for assigning five officers to Burna Boy
Cubana Club shooting: Burna Boy under probe, police escorts arrested for attempted murder
2023 presidency: Office of citizens bigger than president – CharlyBoy
Polygamy: Georgina Onuoha slams Yul Edochie over latest comment
Nigerian music icon, Osayomore Joseph is dead
CAF hails Osimhen after superb display vs Sao Tome
AFCON qualifier: Peseiro sets new record as Nigeria demolishes Sao Tome and Principe
EPL: Arsenal confirms Marquinhos transfer
Super Eagles: Osimhen surpasses Okocha, Kanu, Amokachi’s goals record
Real Madrid: I’ll never forget what Raul did to me – Marcelo
Published
on
By
Nigerians have been urged to always look out for the ideologies of political parties and their candidates before voting for them in any election.
A cleric, Prophet Ade Ologbonyo who gave the advice said the progress and development the people yearn for will continue to elude the country if politicians without ideology are in positions of authority.
Ologbonyo, a pastor with the Planter of Christ Apostolic Church, CAC (BOANERGES), said the Owo attack would have been averted if those at the helm of affairs had acted on the revelation God gave to him before the incident occurred.
He spoke in Orun Ekiti in Ise Orun local government area of Ekiti State during the grand finale of the 13th edition of the annual revival of the Ministry.
Also speaking on the sidelines, Prophet Sam Olu Alo, called on Nigerians to always extend helping hands to media practitioners.
Prophet Alo decried how those in the media industry are being neglected, facing health and other challenges despite their effort to bring information to the people.
“If you come to the world without impacting lives, your achievements are useless. Whatever you possess, God gave it to you to save lives.
“Those in this profession need the support of the people. It will make the truth to be entrenched in society. It will also make them know that God can reward their efforts at developing the society where they operate.
“If I don’t assist others that means I am not grateful to God for what he has done for me despite coming from a humble background”.
He also advised the people of Ekiti not to sell their votes during the Saturday governorship election, saying they will be selling their future doing so.
Ologbonyo said it is worrisome that people who have what it takes to occupy positions of authority are being sidelined for one reason or the other.
“Most people without ideology and who don’t know where they are going are seeking political positions.
On the Owo church attack, he said, “God laid emphasis on it. Not me but God speaking through me. It was on social media but they didn’t take me seriously. Maybe they thought I was looking for attention, popularity and fame. But if it were to be a top pastor, they would give him their attention.
” If you look at the message very well, God said If you believe and take a step, it will be good but if you don’t, when it happens you will know the truth. That was God saying it. And it indeed happened. It was painful and we are not happy about it. God wants to prove that He is God who has spoken”.
The man of God advised the people of the state to be wise and eschew violence in the coming governorship.
” If they ask you to go fight for them during the election, tell them to put their first child in the front, their second child to follow and then you will be the last to see what will happen. So let’s pursue peace and never stoke violence. Nobody’s blood is worth shedding for any political ambition”
2023: PDP, SDP lose 550 members to APC in Jigawa
2023: Elections may not reflect voters’ wishes if banditry continues – Prof Badmus
INEC reveals why Nigerians should participate in elections
Why electoral laws alone won’t guarantee credible elections – Omo-Agege
2023: INEC boss, Yakubu speaks on technology for free, fair election
Insecurity: INEC express worries over Anambra governorship election
LG poll: Election officials regain freedom after declaring PDP winner in Jigawa
Copyright © Daily Post Media Ltd

source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.