THE Senior Pastor, Trinity House Church, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, has enjoined Nigerians to ensure that whoever they elect as President in 2023, is a person who is concerned about their welfare and wellbeing.
He gave this charge while delivering a keynote address at the Institute of Change Management, Annual Lecture Series in Lagos, on Thursday.
The clergyman noted that as Nigerians we must come to a collective agreement not to tolerate any form of bad leadership.
He said, “We must reject anyone who has a proven track record of incompetence, corruption, greed, wickedness and avarice to hold any position of influence in the country.”
To achieve this, he said Nigerians must all register with political parties of their choice and ensured that they register and collect their Permanent Voters Cards if they are to make the desired change.
The Trinity House pastor, who is also a chartered accountant, urged the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to change his economic management model.
Ighodalo spoke on the theme, ‘Change Begins From the Mind: Breaking Barriers to Development Through Innovation and Change Mindset.’
In his opening remarks, Chairman of Council, ICM, Mr. Nathaniel Osewele, said the lecture series was part of the Institute’s social responsibility initiative to the change management community and Nigeria as a whole.