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APC chieftain advises politicians to desist from rumour, malicious propaganda

By Ikenna Osuoha

All Progressives Congress (APC) leader Elvis Agukwe on Sunday advised politicians to refrain from any form of malicious propaganda and rumor against opponents of a peaceful country.

Agukwe told Nigeria‘s news agency in Abuja that malicious propaganda and pious dead for opponents deny brotherly coexistence.

“For whatever arduous or political reason it is wrong to willfully wish the death of others, it is a sin against God and mankind. I want people to repent of willful wickedness. We are not God. He knows our hearts and how righteous we are, ”he said.

The CPA leader, who described rumor and lies as deadly weapons capable of threatening the existence of any nation, called on politicians to be cautious.

He alleged that Nigerian leaders were threatened daily by envious people who could not improve their situation.

Agukwe added, “My advice is that people repent, tax collectors and prostitutes can first enter the kingdom of God if our ways are not changed. “

Nigeria’s news agency reports that Agukwe reacted on Sunday morning to rumors that billionaire oil mogul Chief Arthur Eze had died. Agukwe said the rumor turned out to be a lie.

Source: NAN

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