The senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Paul Enenche on Tuesday condemned political parties for not zoning their presidential ticket to the South-East.
The two major parties, the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressives Congress failed to zone their ticket to the South-East ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Pastor Enenche while speaking during a service at the church’s headquarters, Glory Dome Abuja lamented how the ethnic group is being marginalized in the country.
The cleric who is not pleased with zoning said, “When president Olusegun Obasanjo came into power in 1999 the two political parties decided to present candidates from the South-West. There were South-West Christians so it was narrowed down.
“At this time now, let me ask a question, what is wrong if it was narrowed down to Southeast? I am asking out loud. People Who have felt so marginalized and oppressed for a long time.
“Why can’t they be sensible and say let south-east produce presidency so that the parties give tickets to candidates from the region?
“Who says that such cannot calm down the agitation in that area and also give that region some sense of belonging?.
“Who says that an Easterner can not be a president of Nigeria. What did they do? What is their offence? Who said it? Where was the law made from? never for once.
“Those who have had presidency many times are still clamouring to come. That is to say, there is a group of people that are not humans. Such useless things are happening in various states of the country and Jehovah is arresting the situation.
“I say it with authority, there is no part of this country that is stronger or better than the other. And I can tell you in both capacity and wisdom if the same people have been ruling and everything is degenerating why can’t you try other people and see whether things will not change? whether things will not be better. Jehovah will change it by force. He will change the narrative by force.”