THE, also known as Winners’ Chapel, David Oyedepo, has urged Nigerians to look beyond wealth and party affiliations when they go to the poll to vote the country’s next president on Saturdsay, February 25.
Oyedepo, who spoke during a sermon at the church’s headquarters in Ota, Ogun State, on Sunday, February 19, called on the electorates to vote wisely.
He asked them to focus on the character and capacity of the candidates and vote for someone that would ensure the peace and stability of Nigeria.
According to the cleric, a leader with capacity and character was necessary to revive the nation from its current state of distress.
He stated that everyone was free to join a political party, but joining one without considering the nation’s well-being could lead to problems.
The bishop emphasized that choosing a leader with integrity was more important than being a billionaire.
He further urged Nigerians to vote wisely, as this week would be decisive for the future of the nation.
“I am for the peace and stability of Nigeria, Nigeria is not for sale. We are not an entity or property, we’re a people and we are not for sale.
“It will take an emergency intervention to revive this nation in gross distress. This week is decisive, so vote wisely. Vote for a leader with capacity and character,” he said.