The Prelate, Methodist Church Nigeria, Rev. Samuel Uche, has said Christians will not vote for wicked and lazy politicians, who are religious bigots in the 2019 elections.
He said although he had only one vote, he could influence at least two million voters from his denomination and many other Christians.
Uche said this in a sermon delivered at the 2018 Democracy Day Interdenominational Church Service held at the National Christian Centre, Abuja where Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo warned Nigerians to resist the temptation of asking to be returned to the era of the past characterised by corruption and ethnic conflicts.
While saying impunity would no longer be allowed in the country, Uche said he was ready to take the bullet while fighting the menace.
The clergyman warned the ruling party against clamping down on members of the opposition parties just as he advised the opposition members to avoid crying wolf where there was none.
He warned all stakeholders against heating up the polity, saying the nation needed peace.
He also described the calls for the breaking of the country as nonsensical, adding that those behind such calls were ignorant.