Lagos PFN crisis: Stays on your lane Ighalo tells Lagos CAN Chairman, Adegbite – RsdNews Portal


saying is not acceptable to us. We know how to handle our leaders and the PFN should be left alone to solve its problem” Ighalo said.

He decried a news report where some youths threatened to petition foreign embassies over some leaders in the PFN.

No crisis in Lagos PFN
In the course of the conference, Bishop David Odey, Founder of Agape Worship Centre stepped in and told journalists there is no crisis in the PFN as it is being alleged.

“If the election is conducted in June, I can assure you that if I have the opportunity to vote, I will vote for Rev Toyin Kehinde. The outgoing chairman, Apostle Okwuonu is not dying for any position. I am sure he has even congratulated Rev Kehinde. Nobody is against him. But people who have pecuniary interests are bent on using his emergence to get some credit. They want to manipulate him to make him feel they are the ones behind his appointment. They are doing this for political gain. That is why they must be stopped.”

We don’t want tribal sentiment
At the end of the conference, the convener, Apostle Bolaji Akinyemi said the goal of the conference is the unity of the church.

“We want an end to this tribal and pecuniary interest in the PFN. Nobody is against anybody. We desire to see to the unity of the Church and not allow impostors to make a mess of our faith.”

He said the stakeholders will continue to make consultations to ensure there is an end to the stalemate. “Whoever eventually becomes the chairman is not our concern. Our interest is that there should not be any form of ethnic colouration in the transition process. It is the body of Christ.”Akinyemi said.

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