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“No Devil Can Alter Anything!” – Pastor Paul Enenche on Presidential Results

Nigeria’s presidential election has been marred by delays and concerns of electoral fraud. Pastor Enenche reassured his congregation.



"No Devil Can Alter Anything!" - Pastor Paul Enenche on Presidential Results

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  • Nigeria’s presidential election has been marked by delays and concerns about electoral fraud and manipulation.
  • Pastor Enenche’s words provided comfort to his congregation and highlighted the importance of faith and trust in the face of uncertainty.
  • However, the delay in announcing the final results underscores the need for transparency and fairness in Nigeria’s election process to uphold the trust of the citizens and maintain the country’s democratic ideals.

On February 25th, 2023, Nigeria held its presidential election, but the delay in announcing the results has caused unrest and protests across the country. Many people are concerned that the results may be altered, which has led to tension and anxiety among the citizens.

During a church service, Pastor Paul Enenche, a prominent religious leader and supporter of the presidential candidate Peter Obi, reassured his congregation that they should not be afraid or worried, stating that no devil can alter the results. His words were a source of comfort to those who are anxious about the election’s outcome and the possibility of interference.

It’s not uncommon for religious leaders to speak out on political issues in Nigeria. The country’s political landscape is often intertwined with religion, and pastors and other religious leaders have a significant influence over their followers. Pastor Enenche’s words were meant to alleviate the fears of his congregation, but they also carry a broader message that emphasizes the importance of faith and trust in the face of uncertainty.

As of now, the final results of the election have not yet been announced, and the country remains on edge. The delay has led to fears of electoral fraud and manipulation, which have plagued Nigeria’s democracy in the past. It’s important for Nigeria’s leaders to ensure that the election process is fair and transparent to maintain the trust of the citizens and prevent further unrest.

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