2023 Presidential Election Verdict: Cleric, Anene Discusses Supreme Court Outlook  - The Top Society

2023 Presidential Election Verdict: Cleric, Anene Discusses Supreme Court Outlook 


In a recent interview with Dave Agwazim, Dr. Anene Nwachukwu, the General Overseer of Rhema Deliverance Missions, shared his thoughts on the 2023 Presidential Election verdict and other pressing national issues.

The Presidential Election Petition recently affirmed President Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the winner of the election, sparking mixed reactions across the nation. Dr. Nwachukwu acknowledged the verdict but emphasized that the Supreme Court remains the final authority, and the contestants, Peter Obi and Atiku Abubakar, have chosen to appeal the decision.

He expressed concerns about unresolved issues, particularly in the areas of violence and the method of result declaration during the election.

Dr. Nwachukwu questioned the use of billions of Naira on BVAS (Biometric Verification and Authentication System) if it wasn’t employed in the election process as promised by INEC (Independent National Electoral Commission).

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While Dr. Nwachukwu urged Nigerians to accept the Appeal Court’s judgment for now, he mentioned that the final decision rests with the Supreme Court and hoped for a just resolution.

Dr. Anene Nwachukwu, the General Overseer of Rhema Deliverance Missions

Regarding the first 100 days of President Tinubu’s administration, Dr. Nwachukwu criticized the focus on this milestone, emphasizing the need for concrete improvements in the lives of Nigerians. He called for reductions in fuel prices, exchange rates, and food costs, emphasizing the dire economic conditions facing many citizens.

Dr. Nwachukwu also highlighted the severe hunger crisis in the country and pledged to increase charitable efforts through his church, acknowledging the rising cost of transportation and its impact on church attendance.

In response to the challenges caused by the removal of the petroleum subsidy, Dr. Nwachukwu suggested a gradual process and the implementation of measures like increasing workers’ salaries, reducing the exchange rate of the dollar, and ensuring steady and affordable electricity to alleviate the suffering of the masses.

Regarding the recent release of N500 billion in palliatives to states, Dr. Nwachukwu expressed skepticism about its effectiveness, fearing that the funds might not reach the intended beneficiaries. He proposed alternative uses for the funds, such as reducing electricity tariffs and food prices to directly benefit the people.

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Finally, Dr. Nwachukwu discussed the upcoming Rhema 2023 Convention, themed “Behold, I Give Unto You Power.” He emphasized the power that believers possess and their role in exercising authority over challenges in their lives.

The convention aims to bring healing, restoration, and deliverance to attendees and reinforce the message that God has given believers the power to overcome obstacles and make a positive impact.

In his closing remarks, Dr. Nwachukwu encouraged Nigerians to remain steadfast, play their part in nation-building, and pray for the wisdom of their leaders to build a stronger nation.

He expressed optimism that Nigeria would regain its respect on the global stage.

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