The Evangelical Church of Winning All (ECWA) has advised the incoming administrations at all levels of government to learn from the flaws of the past administrations and ensure equity and fairness in the appointments that will, in turn, reveal the true federal character.
It enjoined the administration to listen to the yearnings of the masses and ensure the practice of actual democracy that is founded on the basis of the rule of law.
The advice was contained in a communiqu issued at the end of the 70th General Church Council Meeting of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) on Friday in Jos, Plateau, signed by its President, Rev. (Dr) Stephen Baba Panya, and Secretary, Rev. (Dr) Yunusa Sabo Nmadu, respectively. window.aries window.aries window.aries.v1 window.aries.v1 commands const aries window.aries.v1 aries.commands.push(() > const zoneId ‘7238’ const anchor document.getElementById(‘vidverto220384c5a71e46dd814afa69547f2b3f’) anchor.removeAttribute(‘id’) aries.mount(zoneId, anchor, width 720, height 405, ) ) )()>
The General Church Council expressed disappointment over the unprofessional conduct of some of the electoral umpires and security agents in the recent general election.
It called on the judiciary to do justice to all matters that may be brought before the courts, adding that justice should be seen and be manifestly seen to be done since the courts are the last hope of the common man.
The Church further called on the politicians, political party leaders, their representatives, and supporters to sheathe their swords and refrain from making inflammatory statements to allow the judiciary to carry out its constitutional responsibilities and avoid overheating the polity.
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