2015: Cleric Urges Jonathan Not Seek Second Term

jonathan_2015Ahead of the 2015 general elections, a Christian cleric and President, Eclectic Network, Rev Moses Iloh has called on President Goodluck Jonathan not to seek a second term.

In an open letter to the president, Iloh said it is beginning to appear that it is either Jonathan is elected for a second term or there would be no Nigeria.

Besides, the cleric argued that the polity under the present administration is steadily assuming a worrisome dimension.

He admitted that President Jonathan met the country sick, but he can facilitate her healing or at least apply a soothing balm.

The letter reads in part: “You met us as one Nigeria – even though currently a very sick country. You can facilitate our healing and improve our lot by applying the ‘Balm of Gilead’. If you cannot heal and improve our lot, please apply a soothing balm: The ‘balm of Gilead’. The ongoing politics is perilous and portends nothing but intent towards the destruction of a nation.

“Mr. President: I persuade you not to run for election in 2015. You are already Mr. President and as ex-President, your privileges will be immense and kept alive for as long as you live.

“You will also have the privilege of being a positive reference point for politicians because of your noble act in contributing to the preservation of your country Nigeria.

“The most unfortunate thing that has happened to Nigeria during your regime is the unfettered advantage and privilege given to hypocrites, evil doers, godless and dangerous folks who found their way into your choice team of senior advisers. They are vehicles of destruction. They are hell-bent on amassing wealth and destroying Nigeria. They desperately need another four years to accomplish their devilment.

“Mr. President: the goings on in Nigeria polity under your leadership is progressively taking on new, worrisome and dangerous dimensions. It is beginning to appear that Mr. President Goodluck Jonathan is either re-elected in 2015 to rule us for another four-year term or there will be no Nigeria.

“May it not be so please Mr. President!

“The prevailing pattern of politics and governance in Nigeria is awkward, very irresponsible, heartless and treacherous.  It sustains a season of falsehood, deceit and confusion. These add up to one word: terrorism”.

While calling on the president to emulate the leadership style of Jesus Christ, Iloh said  mischief makers in the country should  remember that there is God Almighty, who is the final arbiter in the affairs of mankind.

8 Comments

  • This man if don’t have anything to say you better goto your house and stay i don’t think you are a christian.If you are a christian you will not open that dirty thing you call mouth and talk nonsense

  • Why shouldn’t he (Goodluck) contest? Is he not eligible? Is he not a Nigerian? If the country disintegrates…it is for good, at least the bokoites can then be in their own republic where they can enforce their wicked doctrines. So Mr. Pastor…na who send you…ehnnn?

  • All the comments on this write up are too sentimental. They are devoid of objectivity. What the man of God said is a plane truth my people.

  • Moses iloh is a genuine man of God who has been speaking since Ibb and abacha days. He is no sycophant like the evil man called orisejafor.if Jonathan does not take the advise it’s his business. I know he will be history soon, contest or no contest.

  • why must people hide under religion before making their no meaning statement!this man is not a man of God he is rather a satan from the islamic organisation,but i have a message for him,and the message is to let him know incase him and his likes still takes for fool”they allready failed and bythe way who told him that jonathan is our problem in this country?to my best of knowlage men of God don’t talk because want to talk they rather talk because they have a reasonable point or prophecy for their nation.so guy go and repent if u want to be a man of God not a money monger.

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