The Southern Kaduna Christian Leaders Association, SKCLA, has challenged the Christendom in Southern Kaduna to vote in only people that know the land and how to solve the myriad of challenges confronting it during the coming elections.

Speaking during the 21st Southern Kaduna Prayer Summit held at the Kafanchan Township Stadium on Saturday, the Chairman of the Association, Apostle Dr. Emmanuel Nuhu Kure, also urged the electorate not to vote along religious or ethnic considerations.


Apostle Kure who explained that the people are now wiser, maintained that they will not vote based on religious or ethnic sentiments, rather, they will be more strategic in their choices of leaders.

The SKCLA Chairman advised sons and daughters of Southern Kaduna who are seeking for elective offices and knows that their Party cannot win elections to merge or align their aspirations with a party they feel can win elections, to avoid splitting their votes.


He hoped that whoever wins the 2023 general elections will be bonded with the Southern Kaduna and be ready to be fair and just in the distribution of positions.

On the insecurity affecting the area, the SKCLA Chairman called on the attackers to lay down their arms for discussions that will bring an end to the loss of lives and property.


In a prayer declaration, the Founder, Living Faith Foundation, Rev. Dr. Joseph Adeolu Olaiya said the end of affliction in Southern Kaduna has come and the people have been set free.

Earlier, the Guest Speaker, Rev. Jacob Kwashi who read from the Holy book of Isaiah 43:16, said when God says something, mortal men have nothing to do than to remain mute.



He said God will speak to the people of Southern Kaduna this year and the people should be ready to listen.

The Guest Speaker warned those liaising with the evil to attack and cause trouble in the land, to repent or be consumed by the waters.



He also urged the people to forget the past and all the evil accompanied by it and write a new chapter in their lives going forward.

Various speakers in their Goodwill messages prayed that the forthcoming elections will bring forth good leaders that will give Southern Kaduna its rightful place.


Salama News reports that the essence of the Prayer Summit is to unite the people and kingdoms in prayers for the restoration of the land having spent three years without a formal gathering to pray due to COVID-19.