It is a shame politicians are proud of rigged elections – Bishop Oyedepo

Bishop David Oyedepo, General overseer of the Living Faith Church, also known as Winners Chapel, has said that it is a shame that politicians are proud of rigged elections in response to the recently concluded elections.

Bishop Oyedepo said that the last presidential and National Assembly elections was marred with widespread rigging.

Speaking during the Sunday service at the Church headquarters in Ota, Ogun State, the Bishop prayed Nigeria would not experience another war as a result of the remaining elections, but condemned the irregularities that riddled the exercise in some polling units.

Oyedepo said: 

“other developed countries around the world had developed their mode of voting into a digitised method, but it’s a shame that in nigeria, we still queue up to vote, and somebody would still be intimidated by thugs. With these, it’s a shame how politicians in this part of the world are proud of elections marred with rigging.”

“In covenant university, any student caught indulging in examination malpractice, is gone. It does not matter if his or her father is the head of united nations or not.”

He, however prayed that there won’t be any bloodbath in any part of nigeria as a result of the forthcoming governorship and house of assembly elections, saying:

“every spirit of thuggery in nigeria shall be silenced and every forces that would not let nigeria rest shall be laid to rest and silenced forever.”

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Amadin Ogbewe

Written by Amadin Ogbewe

Amadin Ogbewe is a senior news reporter at Dockaysworld. He’s a chemist from the Ancient city of Benin. He enjoys slandering babies and watching sitcoms. He has been published on Fireside fiction magazine, Expound Magazine and others.


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