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Take general elections serious, Anglican primate cautions Nigerians

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The Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of Church of Nigerian Anglican Communion, Nicholas Okoh, has cautioned all Nigerians of voting age to obtain their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs), and ensure that they cast their votes, if they want the country to move forward.

Okoh, gave the advice yesterday after inaugurating an ultra modern bishop house and chapel and diamond birthday of Bishop of the diocese, Geoffrey Okorafor, at the Egbu Diocese, Egbu, Owerri North Local Council, Imo State.

He said: “You must take this election serious. It is very important. It will affect you, your children, grand children, great grand children. It is not funny at all. Whatever you have planned to do; whether sleep, watching movie, please, cancel them. Do not say it does not concern you. It concerns you, even those who have died. This matter is very very important. Do not joke with it. We want a successful, credible 2019. May our country move forward in the mighty name of Jesus.”


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