From Oluseyi Dasilva Ilorin
Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Omu-Aran In Kwara State of the Church of Nigeria, Philip Adeyemo, has said the country has not yet been led by a politician qualified to fight corruption
Adeyemo stated this in his Bishop’s Charge he delivered at the third session of the third synod of the diocese held at Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Omu-Aran.
He said politicians in the country are greedy and selfish and not interested in welfare of the masses.
He described the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as a worse corruption fighter than its predecessor in office, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
The Bishop advised that the people should not be carried away by campaign promises of the politicians but look, to vote for in 2019, those with integrity and who are ready to serve.