The CEO, LoveWorld Inc., Pastor Deola Phillips, posted a picture from a polling center in Lagos, Nigeria, on KingsChat this afternoon, with the caption: “Don’t neglect to carry out your civic duty; faith without works is dead.” Members of the ministry throughout Nigeria are participating in the nation’s Presidential elections taking place today, February 23, in an effort to add works to their faith expressed in prayers.
The esteemed Director of Corporate Affairs, Pastor Ifeoma Chiemeka, was seen with the CEO in the picture posted to encourage LoveWorld citizens to take action by making their votes count. The Zonal Pastor for South-South Zone 1, Pastor Obi Umeseagbu, also uploaded the video below on KingsChat inspiring the brethren to act and reporting on the peaceful state of the process at his polling booth in Bayelsa state, Nigeria.
Today, Nigeria decides between several candidates, most prominent of which are the incumbent, President Muhammadu Buhari, and the former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar. President Muhammadu Buhari who also served as Head of State between 1983 and 1985 seeks a second term in democratic office, while business tycoon, Atiku Abubakar, who served as two-term Vice-President to President Olusegun Obasanjo, seeks to take the position for the first time. The two prominent candidates run under the banners of APC and PDP, the nation’s two most prominent political parties, respectively.
Younger first-timers and new entrants into the Presidential political scenery include 35-year-old Chike Ukaegbu; former Governor Donald Duke of Rivers State; motivational speaker and social entrepreneur, Fela Durotoye; human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore; and others. LoveWorld Plus, LoveWorldSAT and other LoveWorld Networks are following the developments of the electoral process for the giant of Africa and the continent’s most populous nation, Nigeria. Log on to the LiveTV Mobile App to watch LIVE shows and news reports throughout the day.
Remember to post your comments and pictures from polling centers on KingsChat with #NigeriaDecides and #NigeriaDecides2019. More to come on this story, exclusively on LoveWorld News.