Popular Ex BBN HouseMate, and Reality TV Star, and Nollywood Actress, Erica Nlewedim has generated several reactions and comments from the public, as she prayed for the coming presidential election via her official Twitter page generating reactions and comments from the public.
Erica Nlewedim said via her official Twitter page generating reactions and comments from the public that everyone needs to pray that as we vote, our efforts will not be in vain, and the elections will not be rigged in Jesus Name. She also prayed that the election will be peaceful and power transition will be peaceful in Jesus Name. This generated several reactions and comments from the public, as everyone was happy and excited about the prayer. Nigerians are going to be voting another person into power on Saturday, and it requires prayer and fasting too because Nigeria is a great country and will soon witness a change in the country. This generated several reactions and comments from the public.
Check out the tweet below;
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