2019 election: What will happen to blood thirsty politicians – Pastor Kayode

The founder and General overseer of the Supporters’ Church, Taiwo, Ilorin, Kwara State, John Kayode, has declared that God’s wrath will come down heavily on do-or-die politicians in 2019.

Kayode forewarned Nigerians politicians against win-at-all-cost attitude as 2019 general races move close.

The cleric gave the warning in Ilorin while addressing newsmen.

The senior pastor admonished government officials to play politics with the fear of God and stop issues of death and hijacking of different competitors.

The minister prompted politicians to organize the advancement of the nation above their own aspiration.

“The time has come for politicians to accept elections results, collaborate with the contender to move the nation forward.

“Murdering your opponent during election will not yield any reward. This must stop in 2019 as we need to witness a free and reasonable election in Nigeria.

“Do-or-pass on politics issues won’t take us anyplace. We have to imitate Western world where one the candidate that lost compliments the other after election results.

“Any government official that proceeds to execute opponent’s life to achieve position is just welcoming God’s fierceness and will clearly think twice about it with time.”

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