2023: Failure to Collect PVC and Vote After All the Noise Highest Disservice to Faith, Nation – Bishop Ibenu

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The immediate past Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Kogi state chapter, Bishop John Ibenu has called on the eligible voters to registered before the closing date.

Bishop Ibenu who made the call in Lokoja on Sunday, counseled Christians on the need to effect change they have been praying for.

The renown cleric posited that after all the noise in the land, if eligible electorate fail to collect their permanent voters card (PVC) to vote during next general elections it will be highest self-deception and great disservice to Christendom and nation.

Bishop Ibenu said the immediate assignment ahead of all Christians is is to ensure all eligible voters get registered before the closing date.

“PVC is our power to effect the change,” he said.

The clergy man enjoined people to ensure that all registered voters collect their PVCs while awaiting further development and instructions.

He called on the people to motivate everyone enough to prepare to vote, stressing that “this is our immediate action.”

The Bishop also said if anybody believe that Christians cannot make mistake, such persons are living in darkness. He urged Christians to get ready and prepare for the forth coming elections and make sure they cast their votes.

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