CAN expresses fear of violence linked to political activities


By Gordi Udeajah, Umuahia May 17, 2022 | 04:03 am The President of the Abia State Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Apostle Emmanuel Agomoh, has expressed fears of a violent election in 2023, depending on the mood of politicians in the country. Emmanuel Agomoh plans crusade for peaceful elections President of the Abia State chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Apostle Emmanuel Agomoh, has expressed fears of violent elections in 2023, according to the mood of the country’s politicians. He called for prayers for peaceful political activities and the successful conduct of the poll as well as having a generally acceptable result at the end. Agomoh, who spoke to The Guardian over the weekend, said CAN had planned a six-day global crusade titled “‘Jesus Power for Extraordinary Breakthrough'” at the Aba Mall in Osisioma starting Tuesday, May 24, to ensure successful campaigns and polls in 2023. He said God’s problem solving and miracle powers in times of need and adversity will be manifested during the crusade in which youth, politicians and professionals are invited. The crusade, which will be presided over by Deeper Life Bible Church (DLBC) general superintendent, Pastor William Kumuyi along with other ministers, he said, is aimed at seeking God’s favor at a time when the country needs many special prayers. in its political, economic, security and social challenges, especially with dissenting narratives for the 2023 elections. Furthermore, DLBC Overseer for Abia 2 State, Rev. Obinna Nkemjika described the crusade as a rare opportunity for the state to achieve deliverance, assuring citizens that God would also use it to bring hope and healing. He added that apart from the daily crusade, there will be lectures for ministers and professionals every morning during the program. Latest 2 minutes ago The debate over whether trial within trial within criminal judgment should be abolished to speed up proceedings, as some are frantically advocating, has continued to resonate among pundits. 2 minutes ago Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant Peter Obi has promised Nigerians determined leadership if he is elected president next year. 5 minutes ago The deployment of obstacles to the 2023 general elections in the country is worrying for observers close to political development; but the signals are neither new nor insurmountable to the point of constituting serious…. 8 minutes ago The Supreme Court has scheduled May 19 for a hearing in the prosecution of President Muhammadu Buhari and the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami. 9 minutes ago, the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) threatened to rally against aspirants to the 2023 elections who lack clear ideas on how to revitalize the country’s collapsing health sector .


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