…… Says Power, Money to rig election will fail
By Uzo Kingsley
The President of Coalition of Christian Groups for Good Governance in Nigeria and Diaspora (COCGOG), Engr Daniel Kadzai, has said God is sending a Moses that will liberate Nigeria in 2019, even as the general elections gets underway.
Kadzai who is also the Chairman Congress of Northern Nigeria Christians (CNNC), at the country’s Federal Capital Territory Abuja, also said that power of money to rig election would not be determinants to who wins election in 2019.
“Any Politician who thinks he will rig election with money and influence will be disappointed and put to shame”.
The COCGOG president stated this on Monday in a statement made available to our correspondent warning politicians not allow the anger of God to come upon them by their manipulative tendencies.
“Those politicians who are destroying this country will be put to shame just the way King Pharaoh was disgraced.
“The Moses that will save Nigeria will come from nowhere because God has had the cry of his people: during the time of Pharaoh, he did everything to subvert the will of God, despite all the signs and wondrous miracles, but at the end he was disgraced at the red sea.
“This is the word I have for Nigerian leaders at all levels; I want them to know that God is visiting this country in a special way and nothing will stop God from doing so”.
Kadzai who is also the immediate past National President Youth Wing of Christian Association of Nigeria (YOWICAN), also said only credible and popular candidates with people oriented programmes will win at the polls.
He said the country is seriously facing hard times now, and the suffering is much, adding that the masses need a true change, hence money and rigging will definitely not hold sway as people will vote according to their conscience.
“In the next few weeks from now, you will see the clouds coming down. We are not going to give them a free ride like we did last time, we have already gained the consciousness of the people, and they want a true change and not deception.
“The three major issues that have been setting the country backwards are religion, ethnicity and concentration of projects in one region of the country to the detriment of others”, Kadzai said.