The Christian Association of Nigeria, Bauchi State Chapter, has urged Nigerians to elect leaders who have the fear of God in the 2023 general elections.
According to The Sun, this was disclosed by the Chairman of the State chapter, Reverend (Dr) Abraham Dimieus, at the 6th State CAN Carol Service of Nine Lessons in Bauchi on Tuesday.
The cleric urged Christian faithful to consider voting for leaders that have respect for religious and ethnic diversity in the country.
“The year 2023 is a year of elections, and it is characterised with so many uncertainties. One thing l request from the church in Bauchi is to apply wisdom in order to come out of this coming general election, strong and victorious,” he said.
“CAN has no any political party that is her own both from federal, state and local government, but we are urged to choose leaders that fear God, honest and trustworthy, have respect for the rule of law, justice and fairness for all, respect for religious and ethnic diversity.
“Leaders that must love Nigeria above self and such a leader must be healthy and mentally sound, and indeed must be a patriotic Nigerian to the core”. He said.