- The presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, has secured the endorsement of Pastor Paul Enenche
- Enenche who is the Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Abuja, said Obi is the way to go
- Nigerians will decide on the next president to rule the most populous African nation on Saturday, February 25
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Enenche in a tweet sighted by Legit.ng on Monday evening, February 20, shared a photo of him with Obi and Bishop David Oyedepo, describing the LP flagbearer as the way to go.
The tweet reads:
"This picture is speaking volumes right now, especially in this season. What do you see? What can you hear?
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"Are you in doubt of the way to go? The way of integrity, authenticity, honesty, sincerity, simplicity, humility, capacity, productivity; here is the way to go."
Nigerians react to Pastor Enenche's endorsement of Peter Obi
Reacting to the pastor's endorsement on Facebook, Ebubedike Linus Okebugwu said:
"Sure Sir. Thank you for standing for Nigerians."
Justin Ama said:
"I will forever remember you for speaking out in time like this, God will continue to uplift you."
Philip Oche Ameh said:
"He that has ear let him hear and he that has eyes let him see , a word is enough for the wise !! Thank you Daddy Enenche for the positive information !! On obidient we move !! Labour party presidential candidate !! LP"
Fola Toke said:
"Papa am sorry you will be so disappointed when obi comes 3rd.. I love you still papa."
Peter Godwin said:
"You have done your part sir .. posterity will be very fair to you...I celebrate your fearlessness."
Bakia T Thomas said:·
"If this is the only message you preached this year Sir, you have saved an entire generation."
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She made the remark on Sunday, February 19, at the closing stages of the first service, at the church's headquarters in Abuja, attended by Legit.ng's regional reporter.
The pastor noted that Nigeria is at a cross-road, and the 2023 presidential election remains crucial to the future of Nigeria; as such, Nigerians must choose between "life and death" and "blessings and curses."