2023: Kumuyi advices against Christian-Christian, Muslim-Muslim candidates

General Superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor W.F Kumuyi, has said that politicians should listen to what the people want in the choice of their presidential candidates in the 2023 elections. He also said that selecting a Christian-Christian or Muslim-Muslim ticket is not the best idea.

Kumuyi made this statement while speaking to journalists shortly after he paid a courtesy visit to the governor of Kwara State, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq, in Ilorin.

He said, “The Muslim-Muslim or Christian-Christian ticket is a difficult and slippery area. So, what I will say is that the political office holders should look at the heartbeat of the country as well as the desires of the people.

“Politicians should know that they are not there for themselves. They are there for all of us. They should ask and do their research about what the country wants.

“They should ask and make their research on what the country wants, what the people want. If they listen to the people, we will be confident that they will listen to us when they get there.”

The cleric also spoke about the security situation. He also applauded security operatives who are putting in their best to secure the country.

“In every area of life, I will say there’s room for improvement. I want to credit the officers who are putting their lives on the line to secure the whole country.

“We should pray for them that God will give them more wisdom and visible victory. I will be praying for everyone at the end of every ministration for their desires, aspirations and blessings.”

Furthermore, he revealed that there will be an empowerment program for the youths, regardless of their religious beliefs.

“God is our Creator. Whether we are Muslims or Christians or whatever religion you belong to, we are creatures of God. God is interested in blessing everyone. I am here to be a blessing to everyone.

“There will be an empowerment programme for all youths across religious divides as it is meant to redirect the focus of youths for positive future endeavours.”

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