Party politics has failed Nigeria -Archbishop Chukwuma reports that the Archbishop of Enugu Province of Anglican Communion, Most Rev(Dr) Emmanuel Chukwuma said party politics has failed to deliver the much needed dividends of democracy to the teeming Nigerian masses.

The prelate stated this during an interaction with journalists in Nnewi yesterday.

Archbishop Chukwuma who is also the bishop of the Enugu diocese of Anglican Communion pointed that political parties politics of sentiments, bandwagon, and other primordial considerations has throw up set of leaders who are not very interested in the welfare of their followers.

He stated that the time has come for the nation to correct the errors of the past by ensuring that intellectual capacity, antecedents, integrity, pedigree and other qualities are considered before giving a mandate to any political office seeker in the next dispensation.

The fiery preacher said it is practically impossible to continue to do the same thing and at the same time expect a different result noting that the old and tired politicians should leave the scene and allow the vibrant young men and women who can turn things around for the better to take over the leadership of the country.

He the church has started a process of sensitization and mobilization of the people to get registered in the INEC's continuous registration exercise to make sure that people carry out their civic responsibility of electing credible political leaders.

Archbishop Chukwuma however charged the nation's election umpire to impartial and fair in the conduct of 2019 general elections noting that the report that some underaged fellows participated in the election in the northern part of the country should not be repeated.
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