- Apostle Johnson Suleman has said that members of his family have been asking who they should vote for in the forthcoming Lagos governorship election
- While stating that he would not be telling them who to vote for, the preacher said if he asks them to vote for the Labour Party candidate in Lagos, Nigerians will question him
- The preacher made this disclosure on the social media microblogging site, Twitter on Friday, March 10
The founder of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has contributed to the discussions on the forthcoming 2023 state governorship elections in Lagos state.
Suleman in a tweet posted on his personal Twitter account said that his family members have been indecisive about who to vote for in Lagos during the governorship polls.
The fiery preacher while noting that his relatives have sought his advice on a preferred candidate for the post of Lagos state’s number one seat said he will want to meddle in politics.
According to Suleman, he has preferred to stay away from politics this time because he does not want any controversy concerning whoever his preferred candidate was.
He however, mentioned that he would not like a situation where if he advises people to vote for the Labour Party candidate, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, people will accuse him of getting involved in politics as a preacher of the word.
“I am asking because my family members in Lagos are asking me who they should vote for, if I say they should all vote @GRVlagos, people will say I have started again, that as a pastor I should support everyone…
“So I won’t say anything…”
Top 2023 governorship candidate promises to end ‘agbero’ problem in Lagos
Residents of Lagos have been assured that thuggery by touts in the state will end in no distant time.
The assurance was given to the people of Lagos state by the 2023 governorship candidate of the Labour Party.
Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour also promised to proffer solutions to the transportation challenges in the state.
March 11 Election: We’re Not in Talks With Labour Party,” PDP Tells Lagosians
Nigerians living in Lagos state have been assured that there is no alliance between the state’s Peoples Democratic Party and the Labour Party.
The assurance was handed to Lagosians by the PDP following reports that both parties were in talks for an alliance ahead of the 2023 governorship election.
According to the PDP, its flagbearer, Jandor, would not be collapsing his structure for the governorship candidate of the Labour Party, Rhodes-Vivour.
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