Be more sincere to Nigerians, Jonathan urged
Vice President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Dr. Rufus Okikiola Ositelu has charged President Goodluck Jonathan to be more sincere and honest to Nigerians as he steers the ship of the nation in order to be able to take the country to the promise land.
Ositelu, who is the Primate of the Church of the Lord (Aladura), also expressed concern over the high level of corruption in Nigeria, saying “corruption may consume the country if it is not effectively handled.”
The cleric made the assertions in Ibadan, Oyo State capital over the weekend while briefing journalists at the end of a three-day Open Air Revival Crusade organized by the South West Ecclesiastical Province of his church at the Amphitheatre of Lekan Salami Sports Complex. He lamented over the state of insecurity in Nigeria coupled with poverty and corruption in high places, saying “what is required is sincere, honest and competent administration that treats all with fairness.”
“Promoting any religion above the others by government is neither economically nor constitutionally justified, and sends wrong signals to the citizenry,” he said.
He said “In a country where over 90 per cent live in abject poverty and where less than one per cent lives in luxury on public fund, one has to wonder about the political leadership of such a country.”
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