Ahead of the Saturday elections, Christian leaders in Nasarawa State on Thursday prayed for the success of Mr David Ombugadu, the PDP governorship candidate.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that the leaders, who met under the aegis of Ministers of God Civic Centre(MGCC), went into the supplication at the Assemblies of God Church, Keffi.
They also prayed for the success of the party’s candidates in the House of Assembly election.
NAN reports that Bishop Emmanuel Angbashim, Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Nasarawa West Senatorial Zone chapter, used the occasion to warn youths against violence during the polls.
He also advised the youths to vote for the right candidates and avoid any behaviour that could be inimical to the success of the exercise.
Angbashim said that Ombugadu was a young man that represented hope for the youths and the elderly, adding that he was an example of unity and had a good plan for Nasarawa people.
“I am particularly happy and impressed with the way he has brought both Muslims and Christians together without any discrimination,” he said.