The Senior Pastor of House on the Rock Church, Paul Adefarasin, has urged Nigerians to vote leaders who would fight against genocide and encourage economic democracy.
The cleric, in a video on Wednesday, advised Nigerians to vote for infrastructural development and for cohesive unity.
Adefarasin advised Nigerians to look at the presidential candidates’ resumes in order to discern great leaders.
He said, ”It has been said that the Nation, rises and fall on the quality or lack of quality on that she has.
”We have the profound opportunity to choose our leaders and it is not hard to discern great leaders.
”Look at what they evidence, look at what they have in their resumes and vote your values, vote for inclusion, vote against genocide, vote for economic viability, vote for economic democracy.
”Vote for infrastructure development and vote for and vote for our cohesive unity and harmony as a people so that together we can build a nation, whose builder and maker is the almighty God.
”Nobody can build a nation more than him and the people who are yielded by justice, righteousness, equity, and peace.”
Watch Video below…
Thanks, Pastor… pic.twitter.com/dOwz3wVp0b
— Dele Momodu Ovation (@DeleMomodu) February 20, 2019