Don’t set Nigeria on fire, PFN tells warring APC leaders

Don’t set Nigeria on fire, PFN tells warring APC leaders

The national President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria. PFN, Reverend Felix Omobude, has urged the political class to watch their public spats not to set Nigeria on the path of retrogression. He particularly advised the leaders of the All Progressives Congress to settle their differences and give peace a chance, rather than resorting to mass

The national President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria. PFN, Reverend Felix Omobude, has urged the political class to watch their public spats not to set Nigeria on the path of retrogression.

REVEREND FELIX OMOBUDE

He particularly advised the leaders of the All Progressives Congress to settle their differences and give peace a chance, rather than resorting to mass conspiracy theory.

Dr. Omobude who is also the General Superintendent of the New Covenant Gospel Church, said this in a press statement by his Media Aide, Deacon Ralph Okhiria on Sunday in Benin City.

He expressed concern over the ongoing political crisis rocking the ruling APC in Edp State, adding that it was worrisome for the party leaders in the State to engage in a political battle of wits without an end.

The Cleric noted that power belongs to God and that all those that seek political positions should do so with the fear of God.

According to him, “Edo State is well known for it’s peacefulness and urged the political class not to do anything that could set the state on the path of retrogression.

“Politicians should always learn to place the interest of the people and the state above their political goals because power belongs to God and He gives it to the person He wishes to give it to.

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“It’s painful that the two main actors in the ongoing crisis in the APC (Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and Governor Godwin Obaseki), are illustrious sons of the state who have contributed immensely to the development of Edo State.

“It’s a pity that they both know the right thing to do but unfortunately decided to do otherwise. They should learn to forgive each other and tell their followers to accommodate one another.

“They should be told that Edo State belongs to all of us and that the people need peace to be able to support and vote for them during elections.

“As the governorship election draws near in the state, all hands must be on deck to ensure a peaceful election that we all can be proud of “Dr. Omobude stressed.

Speaking on the National Sports Festival (NSF), tagged Edo 2020, holding in the state from March 22 to April 2, 2020, the PFN leader congratulated the state government for preparations made so far towards making the sporting events huge success.

He called on Edo people to be fully prepared to be good hosts by giving the visiting sports men and women reasons to be happy throughout the duration of the sports festival.

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