Ighodalo canvasses transformational leadership, urges electorate to vote right candidate
Senior Pastor, Trinity House, Ituah Ighodalo has advocated transformational leadership in order to change the narrative of the country.
Addressing journalists on the church’s 12th anniversary in Lagos, he said the church is not relenting in praying for the nation, stressing that the country is beginning to see the impact of prayers in the country.
“The citizens are getting bolder, speaking out their minds. Many candidates are contesting for position of the president. It is no longer just two people. The political processes is getting more organized,” he said.
Reacting to APC’s Muslim-Muslim ticket, he said, “I have no problems with APCs Muslims-Muslim ticket. It is an expression of the political minds of certain group of people. The issue is if it will result in them wining the elections. We will meet at polls and will decide what the outcome will be at that time.
“We will take up the challenge and vote for those we think would do the right thing. We are no longer voting based on ethnicity or religion. Electorate should vote for who they think would do the right thing.”
He disclosed that the church obtains its motto from Acts 10: 38, which is, ‘everywhere He went, He was doing good.’
He said it intended to be a voice to leadership across all spheres of society, while challenging the leaders to do the right things in the right way that would bring about a positive change.
He said Trinity House is a church that goes beyond the walls of church to reach society, change lives and transform nations.
He noted that the church would be celebrating the 12th anniversary on July 24 2012 at the church’s main auditorium.
Inaugurated on July 18, 2010, he disclosed that the church has several initiatives set up to achieve the vision of bringing the impact of Christianity beyond Christians and the immediate church into the larger society.