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Sensitise voters to 2023 polls, PFN scribe tells journalists

By Tina Agosi Todo, Calabar
07 September 2022   |   3:53 am
National Publicity Secretary of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Bishop Emmah Isong, has called on journalists across the country to sensitise the electorate ahead of 2023 general elections.

National Publicity Secretary of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Bishop Emmah Isong, has called on journalists across the country to sensitise the electorate ahead of 2023 general elections.

Isong, who is also a patron of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Cross River State Council, made the call on Sunday during a thanksgiving service for new executive officers at the Christian Central Chapel International in Calabar.

While congratulating the new officers and members of the union for a successful election, Isong appealed to them not to compromise ethical standards but to hold public office holders accountable at all times.

“I want to first thank God for the new leadership of NUJ, our amiable Nsa Gill, we thank God for his exco and stakeholders, which he has  gathered today in number. It shows sign of good things to come, especially as we are going to dedicate the secretariat.

“As journalists, they know their roles, I can only advise them that politically, they should sensitise the electorate towards 2023,” he said.

While delivering his sermon titled, “Making Me a Complete Man”, the cleric urged journalists to be in good relationship with God, adding: “Let God give you wealth so that you would be consulted at all times and not to be insulted.”

Speaking shortly after the church service, Gill said the service was meant to thank God for his grace during and after the election that ushered him and other executive members to the leadership positions in the council.