Independence Day: Elect credible leaders to power in 2023- Apostle Achudume

The General Overseer of the Victory Life Bible Church, Apostle Lawrence Achudume, has charged Nigerians to elect wise men to power in 2023.

This he said was necessary in order to reverse the growing trend of backwardness and uncertainties bedevilling the country.

Achudume, who spoke during an independent walk tagged ” The siege is over”, urged Nigerians to elect people who are not stealing for the future and not there to fill their belly into office.

“Come next election, let us stop electing bad people into power. We should elect wise men, intelligent people; people who are not stealing for the future. People who are here to develop today so that the future can be better. People that have passion for Nigeria; people that have passion for the coming generations”

The VLBC pastor also said Nigeria’s resources should be developed by our leaders, while the atmosphere for entrepreneurship should be made conducive for entrepreneurs to rise, saying the rate at which small businesses are dying and people are turning to beggars is worrisome and an major source of concern.

He lamented the fact that Nigerians were fast loosing her fast brains to developed countries, saying we need to elect credible leaders to reverse the trend.

” Our engineers are going, our doctors are going, and Nigeria has the best brains that are making waves in the world. We have to begin to replicate that in Nigeria”.

On the purpose of the independence day walk, the general overseer said he was on the street with his members to declare that the siege is over for Nigeria and to declare that Nigerians are not dogs that eat dogs, but compassionate Nigerians who love themselves.

“We are here to declare that Nigeria will be great again. We are here to declare that peace will reign in Nigeria. We are here to declare that Nigeria is a blessed country and not cursed. We are here to declare that the expectations and the wishes of God for our nation will come to pass”.he declared

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