Cleric charges politicians to ensure smooth conduct of election

The Primate of the First African Church Mission, Nigeria and Overseas, Most Rev. Sunday Matiluko, has urged politicians to embrace peaceful conduct in the 2019 elections.
Matiluko spoke at the end of the first International Conference and the 127th Annual Conference of the Church at the First African Church Mission, Jehovah Shalom, Lagos.
According to a statement on Monday, the cleric said the country would change for the better if politicians allowed the electoral process to run smoothly.
“Politicians and political parties need to conduct themselves in an orderly manner before, during and after the period. With peaceful and orderly conduct, things will go on well,” the cleric said.
While admonishing the laity to embrace excellence in all they do, Matiluko said leaders must also lead by example.
“The First African Mission wants its members, irrespective of where they are or where they find themselves, to deliver excellence in leadership,” Matiluko said.
The new laity President of the church, Elder Owen Adeniran, promised to assist in moving the church forward.

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