Take PVC with you. – Nigerians charged by Gov. Ortom

Governor Ortom of Benue State has once more urged Nigerians to vote in the general elections scheduled for next year by arming themselves with their Permanent Voters Cards, or PVCs.

At a church service to commemorate this year’s Christmas, Governor Ortom gave the charge on Sunday, December 25, 2022 at Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Gboko Road, Makurdi.

He claimed that individuals who were elected to lead the country at all levels have fallen short of their obligations, which is why the country is experiencing suffering, misery, economic problems, and security issues.

In his own words: “The 2023 elections are our only chance. So, those who haven’t yet gathered your PVCs, I implore you in the name of God to do so because that’s the only way you can exercise your right to vote and give our nation new hope and dignity by choosing tried-and-true leaders you can trust.

One vote, he said, “can make a difference. Therefore, your vote will count if you want a change that will restore our nation’s dignity, encourage economic growth, contribute to the advancement of humanity, and provide security.

Insisting that there will be no ballot box snatching this time since there would be none, he urged the populace to make sure they cast their votes in the upcoming elections. Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) will have an impact. Your physical engagement and presence are therefore crucial.

Governor Ortom urged the populace to stay steadfast and resilient as 2023 approached, noting out that Nigerians would have the fulfilling lives they desire with prayers, faith, and good acts.

“Faith without work is dead,” he continued, “as I told you in 2020, that was the word God sent me. Therefore, it is crucial to petition God in prayer for whatever you desire. Through worship, having faith, and other activities at church, but you must also take action independently. You must work to put your faith into practice before God can make your ways perfect.

The governor continued, “My hope is that as we enter 2023, we will all enjoy. People from Benue would enjoy. Nigerians will delight in. And let us pledge to doing what is right and just by being strong, solid, and devoted. These things offer justice, equity, and fairness. Such actions will advance righteousness. Those things that will genuinely transform us into children of the All-Powerful God.

Governor Ortom also prayed that “as we move into the New Year, God will give us a turn around that all our mind will be set to do the right thing so that together we can move our country forward.”

Ortom was joined during the church service by the immediate past governor of the state, Senator Gabriel Suswam and his wife, Yemisi Suswam.

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