PFN Chairman in the State, Rev. Steven Dangana.

By Marie-Therese Nanlong

Jos – The Plateau State Chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, has adopted Sunday, June 26 2022 as PVC Sunday and urged all members of the Pentecostal Churches to attend service on that day with their permanent voter’s cards.

PFN Chairman in the State, Rev. Steven Dangana in a statement issued in Jos on Saturday, asked Church leaders to take the statistics of those with their voter cards and forward same to him so he could forward the statistics to the National body.

He disclosed the decision to show the PVC was taken on Thursday, June 16 at the National Executive Council meeting held in Lagos where Christians were also urged to continue to pray for the nation ahead of the 2023 elections.

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The statement reads in parts “… The church leadership will also ensure that statistics of those with their voter’s cards are taken and forwarded to the State chairman, who will, in turn, forward the statistics to the National body. All Heads of Churches, Pastors, and leaders of the PFN in the State are advised to use the PVC Sunday to pray for Nigeria and the forthcoming elections in particular…

“The National leadership has also directed all PFN churches to mobilize their members who are 18 years and above to register and collect their PVC. The PFN has constituted a national committee that will advise the leadership of the fellowship on the candidates to vote for in the forthcoming 2023 elections.”