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The Only Way APC Could Only Win Presidential Election – Pastor Giwa

Adewale Giwa, senior pastor of the ministry Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ, asserts that the prospects of the All Progressives Congress (APC) winning the presidential election are remote.

On Sunday, Pastor Giwa spoke to his audience in Akure, the capital of Ondo State, and suggested that it might occur if Nigerians choose to pretend to be ignorant by going to sleep.

Pastor Giwa is well known for criticizing the APC-led Federal Government, particularly in regards to economic instability and insecurity.

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He warned the electorates against selling their voting rights for pennies on the dollar.


He claims that Nigerians are aware of how the country’s current economic paralysis was caused by the President Muhammadu Buhari administration and his party.

Giwa stated: “We have not forgotten how they lied to us that they would make naira equal in value to the dollar, but failed to actualize it. They promised our children scholarships, but they ended up closing our higher institutions for almost a year. Most of their policies have turned married women and young ladies into prostitutes. You can’t imagine how Yahoo boys have taken over the streets of Nigeria due to the failure of the current government to provide jobs.

“APC can only return to power again if Nigerians are sleeping. Let me advise you to get your PVC ready and vote out this ruling party”.

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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the electoral arbiter, just received its final shipment of BVAS machines, which it wants to deploy widely in the conduct of the general elections scheduled to begin in February of this year. Pastor Giwa’s comments coincide with this.


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