The Bishop of Asaba Diocese of the Anglican Communion, Justus Mogekwu, has called on Nigerian churches to prevent parishioners who don’t have Permanent Voters Card, (PVCs) from participating in religious activities, especially the holy communion service.
According to the Bishop, “Christians must actively get involved in politics to enthrone good governance at all levels. If men who are righteous and fear God are in power, the people rejoice”.
Bishop Mogekwu said this during the last Sunday service in his parish, he added that “Pastors should ensure their members get their PVCs before they take communion and do other worship services in the household of God.
“As communion is important to us as Christians, which makes us healthy, spirit-filled, and very strong, it is such with the PVC that makes us enthrone good governance at any level.”
The Bishop then committed the coming elections into the hands of God, praying for good leaders who will move Delta State and Nigeria to a better place.