2023 Election: Avoid The Mistake Of 2015 – Prophet Olorunleke Advises Nigerians

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Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the President of Calvary Faith Evangelical Ministry International (CFEM), Prophet David Olorunleke, has called on Nigerians to pray fervently so as to avoid the mistake made in 2015 during the presidential polls.

He urged the citizenry to work collectively and ensure that the right leaders are elected at the federal, state and at the local level for the prosperity of the country.

Olorunleke disclosed this during the Holy Ghost service of healing, deliverance, prophecy and divine revelations, held at the Church’s auditorium, Bukuru, Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.

He noted that there is no amount of prayer that will change a “costly and deliberate mistake” from people when bad leaders show less concern about the security and welfare of the citizenry.

“The costly mistake that Nigerians made in 2015 is about to be repeated in 2023. Christians and well-meaning Nigerians must stand their ground and ensure that the right leaders are elected into office in the interest of the people.

“I warned Nigerians in 2015 that if they rejected Goodluck Jonathan, they would suffer hard; you can see what has been happening in the country since then.

“We should not wait until things go wrong in 2023 and start praying in 2024. If our leaders in the Church do not ensure the right leaders, especially with the proposed direct primaries, nobody should be bitter in 2024.”

He urged Nigerians, especially the youths to collaborate and ensure good leaders are elected from the Presidency to the local government level to reduce “hardship and pains” among Nigerians.

Source: https://dailypost.ng/2023-Presidency-Avoid-the-mistake-of-2015-Prophet-Olorunleke-advises-Nigerians

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