Archbishop of Anglican communion, Enugu Archdiocese, Most Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma, has urged Nigerians to reject expired politicians in the 2023 elections.
Archbishop Chukwuma made the call during the inauguration of Renaissance Polytechnic in Awka south Local government council of Anambra State, at the weekend.
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The polytechnic is owned by the Anglican Church of Awka diocese.
According to him, those running the country are expired and should be shown the way out for the younger ones with the new spirit of leadership.
He said there is a new spirit among the younger ones, which according to him, is about getting PVCs to vote out all the expired politicians in the country.
He also kicked against the federal government’s donation of N1.4 billion to Niger Republic for purchase of vehicles while the nation has no money to run the education ,health care delivery and others.
“The federal government action is crazy , unacceptable and wrong. Why should federal government donate such a huge amount to another country, when they say government has no money to support education? Honestly, our politicians are out of their senses. We should make sure we vote out them next year for people with values to take over the leadership of the country ” he said.
According to him, Nigerians are ready and willing to vote for people who will lead the country with sincerity and honestly and not these “expired people” that caused pains to the masses.