Ven. Paul Nwozuzu of St. Johns Anglican Church, Diocese of Owerri has admonished Nigerian leaders to endeavour to keep their campaign promises to the electorate.
He said this on Monday in his Easter message made available to newsmen in Owerri.
“Nigerian leaders should keep to the words of their promises because this will save the society from the present decadence and corruption,” he said
The cleric attributed the present rot in the society to high rate of corruption among politicians.
“This has led to abandoned projects all over the country.
“It is sad that road projects awarded years ago are still not done and motorists have to drive on bad roads in spite of huge amounts of money paid out to contractors as mobilisation fees,” he said.
“This gives the impression that politicians can always do things and get away without any repercussion,” he said.