Founder and Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre Pastor Paul Enenche in his recent post on Facebook shared a message with the public.
While speaking the cleric reportedly stated that "My message to INEC is that they should be strongly advised to do the right thing and do it on time. Because the Issues of inability to upload results on the server, failure of results uploaded from BVAS machines, and delay in the arrival of results, especially, from the Northern parts of this country, are raising a lot of suspicions.
Speaking further he said "Kindly ensure that this is not a game as usual. Because Every attempt at scuttling the will of the people or frustrating the zeal of the youth will produce only unimaginable consequences. Meaning that You're not dealing with dummies. But you're dealing with intelligent people. He said "Nigerians Are Tired Of The Games Of These Demonic Agents And We Are Not Going To Take It Anymore! Because People have voted. And they are watching their votes. On this note, Just be wise, do the right thing, and go down in history and honor.
Speaking lastly he said "I'm talking to the INEC chairman that he should do the right thing and go down in history, in honor and dignity or do the wrong thing and go down in shame, ignominy, and infamy forever. Because We're not going to take rubbish from anybody. And you can't take anybody for a ride.
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