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Persistent gas shortage sufficient cause to not vote APC – Cleric

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Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa, has stated the persistent gas disaster engulfing the nation ought to function a wake-up name for Nigerians to usher the All Progressives Congress-led administration out within the 2023 normal elections.

The cleric, whereas delivering a sermon in Akure, the Ondo State capital, stated contemplating the dire straits Nigeria has been plunged into, these in the appropriate body of their minds ought to be capable of discern what selections to make concerning energy in 2023.

Giwa criticised the citizens, saying they failed to permit God to decide on who ought to lead them in 2015, having been deceived by evil-minded politicians who appeared within the gab of angels.

Utilizing the prevailing gas shortage to buttress his sermon, he stated: “In lower than 25 days to the tip of 2022, gas shortage is biting tougher, hitting main Nigerian cities, particularly Abuja and Lagos.

“Extra worrisome is that the Nigerian authorities and gas entrepreneurs have provided various narratives for the prevailing gas shortage that has affected most states throughout the nation for weeks with out reprieve.

“Whereas the NNPC stated the queues in Lagos and Abuja are largely on account of ongoing “highway infrastructure initiatives” round Apapa and entry highway challenges in some components of Lagos depots, main advertising and marketing group IPMAN insists that it was on account of excessive costs imposed by gas depot homeowners who assist the NNPC in storing the product”.

Whereas admonishing his congregation on the polity, he stated, “please, get your PVC able to vote out the APC with out trying again. Could God not permit them to take us again to Egypt once more.

“Past voting them out, do all the pieces attainable to forestall them from attending to energy once more. This can be a warning, and don’t say I didn’t inform you.”