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Renowned Nigerian Pastor Kicks Off Massive Campaign Ahead of 2023

The serving overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church (CGCG), Pastor Tunde Bakare, has commenced a serious campaign on behalf of Nigerians, ahead of the 2023 general election.

Announcing the campaign on Sunday, October 10, which he tagged Nigeria for Nigerians (N4N) Movement, Pastor Bakare stated that it is time for citizens to take back their country.

The fiery Christian cleric also disclosed that his state of the nation address titled “The Black Box of Nigeria’s Politics” might be the last speech on the country he will deliver in the Oregun auditorium.

As reported by Vanguard, Pastor Bakare declared prophetically that come 2023, there will be a change in the country’s government.

His words:“This state of the nation broadcast may be the last I will deliver in this auditorium.

“The Nigeria for Nigerians, N4N movement has been launched because it is time for Nigerians to take back their nation.

“There will be a change of government in 2023.”

  

Meanwhile, Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi state has said he is not desperate to contest the 2023 presidential election because power comes from God.

Daily Trust newspaper reports that the Bauchi state governor made the comment during the prayer session held at Government House, Bauchi on Tuesday, October 5 to mark his 63rd birthday.

His words:“Calls for me to run for the presidency, maybe it is because of my modest contributions in Bauchi.“I cherish what I have become. I know that there are some gaps here and there in terms of leadership and empowerment and so on.

“Whenever you find yourself on leadership you need to thank God for testing you because leadership is a responsibility.”

 

In the same vein, Professor Attahiru Jega, former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Saturday said that he is not interested in the 2023 presidency.

This is just as he said that constitutional provision that prohibits the use of technology is a militating factor against electronic voting in the country.

Jega said this in Ilorin, Kwara state in a lecture organised by Kwara Visioners Network for Rural Development.

  

The lecture was entitled: ‘politics, governance and leadership recruitment in 21st century democracy.’

The former INEC boss, therefore, urged the National Assembly to remove the legal encumbrance for electronic voting to be possible.

The political science professor also blamed the National Assembling for opposing the use of electronic transmission of results, arguing that the method is cost-effective and easier to deploy.

He said: “The National Assembly after 2019 elections promised to review the electoral legal framework which will to improve the integrity of the electoral commission.

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