CAN, Legacy International to Host Presidential Debate in December
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in partnership with Legacy Initiative International has made plans to organize a presidential debate to promote issue-based electioneering campaigns in preparation for 2019 presidential elections.
NAN reports that the Grand Patron of Legacy Initiative International, Kenny Martins made this information known in a press statement, which revealed that the debate will hold on the 10th day of December at the International Christian Centre in Abuja.
Speaking on Tuesday in Lagos, he said that the presidential debate which will involve leading presidential candidates is part of their strategies to commit the country to the hands of God.
The statement revealed that the groups plan to begin the year 2019 with a National Day of Prayer set to hold January 10, themed, “Taking Nigeria Back to God.”
According to him, “CAN and Legacy, in continuation of their strategy to commit the country to the hands of God for a free and peaceful elections in 2019, will begin the election year with a National Day of Prayer at the International Christian Centre, Abuja on 10th January, 2019, on the theme: Taking Nigeria Back to God.
“The CAN President, Rev. Dr. Supo Ayokunle will lead the prayers.
“Legacy has also reached advanced stages of preparation with our Partners of the Muslim faith to hold similar National programmes in Abuja and Lagos.
“The aim is to sensitise every single individual in the country of the need for total submission to the will of God for our country, and whatever will be the outcome of the general elections.
We also pray for peace and progress to continue to reign in Nigeria throughout the elections period and afterwards,” Martins said.