The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) Thursday said that it will not endorse any candidate for the 2023 general elections.
The Secretary of PFN, Bishop Cosmos Ilechukwu, who briefed the press on the resolutions of the extraordinary joint meeting of its National Advisory Council (NAC) and National Executive Council (NEC) in Lagos, noted that same faith ticket was not in the interest of the country as it would jeopardise peaceful co-existence.
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While lamenting that some political parties chose to ignore the counsel of PFN that same faith ticket, be it Christian-Christian or Muslim-Muslim, will not augur well for the unity and future of Nigeria, he said the body would continue to collaborate with like mind organisations and individuals to ensure that the 2023 elections delivered a ticket that would further the unity of Nigeria.
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