Methodist Prelate urges voters to vote who’ll stop killings

2019 Elections – The Prelate, Methodist Church, Nigeria, Dr Samuel Uche, has urged Nigerians to ensure that they vote for a person that will take the security of lives and properties of the citizens very seriously and paramount as President at the forthcoming general elections.

The clergyman also said there was a need for the police to do more in the protection of lives and property of the citizens, decrying the rates of insecurity in the country, especially in the north-eastern part of the country

The prelate stated this on Saturday at the dedication of the Ultra-Modern Pro-Cathedral Church Auditorium of the Wesley Methodist Church, Ode-Aye in the Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State. The church was built and donated by a member of the congregation, Sir Sehinde Oladapo.

He attacked the Inspector-General of Police, Mr Ibrahim Idris, for not taking giant steps towards checking the incessant killings in Benue, Plateau, Taraba states and the North-East.

He said, “Nigerian politics is unpredictable in nature and the electorate should vote for a candidate that meant well for the country, a person who will not support the killing of innocent souls.”

 

 

 

Credit – Peter Dada, Akure ( The Punch)