Ahead of next month election, the Imo state Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha has urged Nigerians to desist from act capable of causing violence during the election.
The State Governor who made the call during a Church service at Victory Chapel, Government House, Owerri also urged politicians not to involve in any deal that will lead to bloodshed during the election.
Owelle Rochas Okorocha who stressed the need for free, fair and credible election, urged Imolites to appreciate the good work his administration has done rather than embarking on criticisms in order to maintain peace and progress in the state.
Okorocha reiterated the determination of his administration to eradicate poverty in the state through massive industrialization in order to offer employment to the teeming unemployed youths if elected.
In his sermon, the Anglican Priest for the diocese on the Lake, Venerable Sunday Iheruo, urged Christians to put their trust in God for the achievement of their heart desires.
Venerable Iheruo who took his text from the biblical book of Job 42:2 which says “is there anything difficult for the Lord,” made it clear that when God remembers a Christian for good no demon or individual can stop his good work.
He charged politicians and those in authority to submit themselves to God by living a righteous life and expect God to restore them and prosper their lives; making a prophetic utterance on the state and its leadership, the man of God expressed delight on the good work the present administration is doing led by Governor Rochas Okorocha.