Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, wants incoming Gov. Chukwuma Soludo to end this in the church

The Anambra chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), wants incoming Gov. Chukwuma Soludo to end the era of overbearing influence of the Church on the state’s politics.

Bishop Paul Nwachukwu of Grace of God Mission International gave the charge in Awka on Sunday in a sermon he delivered at the grand finale of the Anambra PFN Week and thanksgiving.

The bishop said Soludo should address the issue of religious and denominational politics which had plagued Anambra for a long time.

“If you want to succeed as governor, don’t try to impress any bishop or General Overseer; your policies and appointments should be based on competence and merit.

“You must address the problem of religious politics in Anambra; the government should work for everybody,’’ he said.

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Nwachukwu said Soludo’s victory at the November 2021 governorship election in the state was prayer answered.

He said expectations were high and that the incoming governor could not afford to fail.

He assured that just as it prayed before Soludo’s election, the Pentecostal family would continue to pray for him to succeed.

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