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  2023 Vote credible responsible leaders group advises Nigerians A cross section of Plateau residents at the good governance organised by CBBN in Jos 2023 Vote credible responsible leaders group advises Nigerians Leaders By Polycarp Auta Jos Sept 17 2023 The Coaliton for Better and Brighter Nigeria CBBN has advised Nigerians to vote credible and responsibile persons into leadership positions in the 2023 general polls Convener of the coalition Prophet Isa El buba gave the advice at a rally and fitness walk for Good Governance in Nigeria on Saturday in Jos El buba who is the General Overseer El buba Outreach Ministries International EBOMI urged Nigerians to vote out corrupt and incompetent leaders come 2023 The convener who decried the spate of insecurity in the nation said that the current hardship in the nation called for Nigerians to take steps towards a better and brighter nation devoid of religious and tribal sentiments Nigerians should not allow corrupt and incompetent persons to take over the leadership of this country in 2023 We have voted leaders in the past but they have failed to make Nigeria better and so I want to urge Nigerians to vote wisely in the forthcoming elections 2023 is the time for Nigerians to take leadership from the wrong people and give it to the right ones Do not mind religion tribe or region you should vote credible and responsible leaders that will take Nigeria out of its current predicaments he advised El buba also explained that the rally had no political religious or ethnic undertone but aimed at promoting good governance in the nation He called on Nigerians particularly the youths to participate in the forthcoming elections by voting the right candidates and cautioned them against selling their votes The cleric also called on the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC to conduct a free fair and peaceful elections in 2023 The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the rally which began from Rwang Pam townshop Studium ended at the secretariat junction Jos The rally also featured intercessory prayers for unity and peaceful elections in 2023 NewsSourceCredit NAN
2023: Vote credible, responsible leaders, group advises Nigerians 

1 2023: Vote credible, responsible leaders, group advises Nigerians 

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2 A cross section of Plateau residents at the good governance organised by CBBN in Jos
 
 
2023: Vote credible, responsible leaders, group advises Nigerians
Leaders
By Polycarp Auta
Jos, Sept. 17, 2023 The Coaliton for Better and Brighter Nigeria (CBBN), has advised Nigerians to vote credible and responsibile persons into leadership positions in the 2023 general polls.

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3 Convener of the coalition, Prophet Isa El-buba,  gave the advice at a rally and fitness walk for ”Good Governance in Nigeria” on Saturday in Jos.
El-buba,  who is the General Overseer,  El-buba Outreach Ministries International (EBOMI), urged Nigerians to vote out corrupt and incompetent leaders come 2023.
The convener, who decried the spate of insecurity in the nation, said that the current hardship in the nation called for Nigerians to take steps towards a better and brighter nation devoid of religious and tribal sentiments.

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4 ”Nigerians should not allow corrupt and incompetent persons to take over the leadership of this country in 2023.
”We have voted leaders in the past, but they have failed to make Nigeria better and so, I want to urge Nigerians to vote wisely in the forthcoming elections
”2023 is the time for Nigerians to take leadership from the wrong people and give it to the right ones.

5 ”Do not mind religion,  tribe or region; you should vote credible and responsible leaders that will take Nigeria out of its current predicaments,” he advised.

El-buba also explained that the rally had no political, religious or ethnic undertone,  but aimed at promoting good governance in the nation.

He called on Nigerians, particularly the youths, to participate in the forthcoming elections by voting the right candidates and cautioned them against selling their votes.

The cleric also called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct a free, fair and peaceful elections in 2023.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the rally,  which began from Rwang Pam townshop Studium, ended at the secretariat junction, Jos.
The rally also featured intercessory prayers for unity and peaceful elections in 2023.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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