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Methodist Bishops insist that APC can’t dictate NASS leadership



Two Methodist Church of Nigeria priests, Livinus Onuagha of Dioceses of Onitsha, Anambra State and his partner from Item in Abia State, Sunday Eze, couldn’t help contradicting the All Progressives Congress (APC) and it’s initiative over the arrangement of central officers of the National Assembly.

The two pastors exposed their psyches amid a unique thanksgiving administration held at St Andrews Cathedral, Awada Obosi, Anambra State, out of appreciation for 14 individuals from the congregation recently presented Knights of John Wesley, at the as of late finished up the gathering of the group held in Okigwe Abia State.

The two religious administrators said APC should not be managing to the individuals from the National Assembly who should lead them.

Priest Onuagha noticed that whoever would be the Senate President and Speaker of House of Representatives, individually, ought to be solely the obligation of chosen individuals from the National Assembly to decide, which included individuals from other ideological groups, and not the APC alone.

He said the APC authority under Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and other top dogs of the gathering ought to stay away from the allurement of forcing any individual from the National Assembly on others, as this, as per him, is fit for producing emergency at the Senate and House of Representatives that may upset the matter of lawmaking.

“National Assembly individuals should choose appropriate applicants who should lead them to push the nation ahead and not those that will do the biddings of the gathering and its administration, regardless of whether they are making the best choice or not,” he said.

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