La­bani Ke­hinde,

Charis­matic Re­nais­sance In­ter­na­tional Church, Ye­nagoa, Bayelsa State

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Yes, cler­ics should get in­volved in pol­i­tics be­cause their ab­sence is get­ting the wrong lead­ers on seat. If we get in­volved, then we will in­ten­tion­ally build the kind of lead­ers that will drive home our vi­sion. Chris­tians have been shy­ing away from pol­i­tics be­cause of what peo­ple would say, for­get­ting that David and Daniel among oth­ers in the Bi­ble were politi­cians of their time and they were rel­e­vant. Un­til we start par­tic­i­pat­ing, we will keep com­plain­ing while we have the in­flu­ence to dic­tate what we want. There is also need for us to work as a team to pro­duce the right lead­ers with the vi­sion of trans­form­ing the na­tion and not lead­ers that start and aban­don crit­i­cal projects.

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