Shun violence, don’t kill for anyone – Archbishop Mustapha cautions Nigerians
The founder of Resurrection Praise ministries for Africa, Archbishop Benjamin Samson Mustapha, also known as Jehovah Sharp sharp has called on Nigerians to desist from acts of violence as they go to the polls tomorrow to vote for the man that will be called the president of Nigeria.
The Archbishop took a walk from his church to Navy Gate, around the Alakija Area of Lagos with a megaphone In his hands, admonishing Nigerians to vote wisely and shun violence.
Speaking to newsmen after the exercise, he maintained that it will be foolish to die in the course of making troubles on the election day, “I must let you know that you are too precious to die in the course of making troubles on the election day, don’t allow anyone to use you, politicians are friends to each other, if you die fighting because of one politician, he will still certainly dine and relate friendly with the political opponent because of whom you were killed, be wise, and vote wisely to secure your future”.
He also maintained that as a Christian clergy, he will continue to resent those who showed no regard and respect for Christians in the country by choosing two people of the same faith.
The clergy who was dressed in green and white said that he loves Nigeria as much as his country and will continue to be patriotic.