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In Delta Pastor says members without PVCs “would not be allowed to worship” in his church

In the Flock of Christ Mission in Warri, Delta state, a PVC is all you need to enter.

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Bishop Simeon Okah tells members to get their PVCs or stay away from church

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Bishop Simeon Okah says members without Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVC) “would not be allowed to worship” in his church.

Nigeria News reports that the  South-South Vice President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) and head of Flock of Christ Mission in Warri, Delta State issued the warning on Saturday, May 5, 2018.

In his words, “From Thursday, any member of my church who does not have his or her voter’s card would not enter this house (Church). By the grace of God, I am the one God used in founding the Flock of Christ Mission.”

Bishop Simeon Okah warns members to get their PVCs too play

Bishop Simeon Okah warns members to get their PVCs too

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According to the cleric, all Nigerians, including his church members, need to have PVCs.

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Another pastor urges members to get PVCs

Bishop Okah is not the only cleric concerned with the registration of PVCs ahead of the upcoming elections.

In February, 2018, The Guardian reports that the Archbishop, Church of God Mission, International Incorporated, Most Rev. Margaret Benson Idahosa, also advised members to get their PVCs.

Rev. Margaret Benson Idahosa tells members to get their PVCs play

Rev. Margaret Benson Idahosa tells members to get their PVCs

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“It is time we got involved in the political process. Get your PVC and join a political party. Prepare yourself for the enlargement. When enlargement comes and you are not prepared, it’s not God’s fault. For you will break forth because no force will stop you this year,” she said.

Idahosa offered the advice during her apostolic visit to the church’s Lagos bishopric headquarters in Mafoluku.

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