Clergy Describes The Nigeria 2019 General Elections As Worst Ever Conducted

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A clergy has described the just concluded  2019 general election in Nigeria as the worst ever conducted election in history of the nation.

The Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) President, Rev. Dachollom Datiri, described the 2019 general polls as the worst ever general election in the history of the country at the opening of the Church’s 96th General Church Council, ongoing at its headquarters in Jos, the Plateau State capital.

The Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) also equally prayed that those seeking justice will find it at the tribunals.

The clergy said that the elections have come and gone, proving wrong apprehensions of Nigerians of potentially violent polls.

The elections were generally peaceful, but with the drafting of the armed forces including the Nigeria army to the polling units, and the number of petitions already at the tribunals reaching 736. These were the worse elections ever in the history of Nigeria.

The clergy later stressed out that we all need to pray that justice will be done at the tribunals.