2023: INEC will count votes not prayer points, Enugu bishop tells Nigerians


INEC will count votes and not petitioning God focuses in 2023, the Anglican Bishop of Nike Diocese, in Enugu State, Most Rev. Christian Onyia, reminded qualified citizens on Wednesday.

Tending to a pre-Synod media preparation, Onyia advised qualified electors yet to acquire Permanent Voter Cards to do as such, expediently as the 2023 general decisions move close.

He focused on that it was just the card that would empower electors to practice their establishment and choose heads of their decision in 2023.

Onyia additionally talked about the development of the Church in Enugu State and noticed that one of the difficulties was the evaluation of cleric by priests.

He noticed that clerics ought to be given free hands to work.

He noticed that the ward under his administration had set out on numerous turn of events and profound activities as a component of its commitments to work on the government assistance of individuals.

Cleric Onyia said that the bishopric had gotten endorsement of NAFDAC to start a water bundling industrial facility situated at Ninth Mile Area, close to the state capital.

He said the production line would help with taking care of the issue of water shortage in Enugu and give work potential open doors.

The industrial facility has proactively utilized 60 people, the minister said.

"Our diocesan medical clinic, St. Luke Physician Hospital that began last year in Damija, Trans-Ekulu, Enugu, with one structure has moved to its long-lasting site.

"By the beauty of God, the Enugu State lead representative, Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, will introduce the medical clinic on Thursday, April 21.

"The clinic has seven advisors from all parts of medication and has the best careful theater when contrasted and private medical clinics around here.

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