2023 elections: Pastor David Ibiyeomie tells Nigerians who to vote – Daily Post Nigeria

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Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation Ministries has addressed Nigerians on those to vote ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Ibiyeomie urged Nigerians to vote for politicians with a vision for the country and not a politician.
He gave the remark while addressing his members at the church’s headquarters in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Ibiyeomie noted that anyone who collects money to vote in the forthcoming election sold their conscience, stressing that electorates should vote for a statesman.
According to Ibiyeomie: “If you take money to vote, then you have sold your conscience. When we are shouting, you people will say I don’t shout. I am shouting now. Don’t collect bribes to vote, vote for your conscience.
“Don’t vote party again in Nigeria; vote for someone who has a vision. Nigeria is in the woods; she needs someone who has a vision.
“No politician should be voted; vote for a statesman instead. A statesman thinks of the next generation, a politician thinks only of the 2023 general elections.”
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