2023: Pastor Raises Alarm Over Alleged Plans To Deploy Malfunction Gadgets To Obi’s Strongholds
Mokwugwo Solomon, Awka
Senior Pastor of the Bible Base Miracle Assembly, Nkpor Agu, Idemili North LGA of Anambra State, Rev Dr Jerry Nwachukwu, has raised the alarm that some politicians are hatching plans with the Independent National Electrical Commission (INEC) to deploy malfunction machines and gadgets to specific parts of the country, in order to give undue advantage to certain political parties, at the expense of others.
Speaking yesterday, during a service in his church located at No 19 Ezendu Street, Off Mercedes Avenue, Nkpor, the cleric, who said that the plan was raveled to him in a vision, warned the INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, as well as states resident commissioners, and adhoc staff for the 2023 presidential election, not to play on the intelligence of Nigerians.
He said, “I have a revelation where I saw INEC, in collusion with certain powerful politicians, hatching plans to thwart the aspiration of majority of Nigerians, by deploying malfunction gadgets to the South East and South South, and a number of other states.
“They want to use systematic means to disenfranchise electorates, and boost votes at some ends, where APC and PDP have strongholds.
“The plan is that as the machines will not function well in these areas, INEC will still not use manual voting system to remedy the deficiency. They will pretend that they are following the instructions in the Electoral Act; so that at the end of the day, they would have achieved their objectives.”
Rev Nwachukwu advised INEC to discard any bad machines, and not to deploy them to any polling unit, LGA or state, for the purpose of the 2023 presidential election.
He also advised Nigerian youths, who are desiring positive change in the forthcoming election, to stop exposing their plans and strategies on the social media.
“For the Nigerian youths, this is time for less talk and much action. They should stop exposing their strategies on the public fora, so that opponents would not waylay them, and thwart their plans ahead of the polls.
“It’s time for more actions, and less of quarrels on the social media. Nigerian youths should engage in the work of mobilizing and educating other Nigerians, so that thei will support the candidate that that will bring positive change to the country.
“This is the time for Nigerians, especially the youths, to unite, and enthrone good governance. Nigerian youths, irrespective of religion or tribe, should unite and take back the country that rightfully belongs to them.
“Christians, Muslims, traditionalists and other Nigerians should also unite for the same purpose. This is because, hunger, economic downturn, bad policies and insecurity know no religion or tribe. Therefore, irrespective of creed, Nigerians should elect a president that will make the country a better place to live in,” he said.