NewsNigeriaPolitics“If you’ve not gotten your PVC, you’re an anti-Christ,” says Eucharia Anunobi

Veteran Nollywood actress, Eucharia Anunobi has described Nigerians who have not gotten their permanent voters cards (PVCs) ahead of the general elections as ‘anti-Christs’.

In a social media post, Anunobi, now an evangelist, also referred to politicians who make promises and fail to fulfill them once elected, adulterers and homosexuals as anti-Christs too.

According to her an anti-Christ is someone who opposes the gospel of Jesus Christ and encourages others to do likewise.

“If you are a Nigerian and you have been complaining that Nigeria is in a mess and you’ve not gotten your PVC to vote in the coming election, you are an anti-Christ,” she said in a video shared on Instagram.

“If you are a politician and you have no intention to redeem your promises of alleviating the people’s pain you are an anti-Christ. If you are a husband or wife snatcher, sleeping with the same gender or same-sex marriage you are an anti-Christ.

“Of course, you’re familiar with anti-Christ: persons or movements vehemently against the gospel being preached, an action stopping people from following the terms of Jesus Christ and being a Christian, all movements encouraging the people to live a lie and turn against the truth.”

While declaring her support for the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi, Anunobi said she has gotten her PVC and is ready to cast her vote on 25 February.

“As for me, myself, and I, I’m ‘obidient’. I’ve gotten my PVC ready to vote. I am not an anti-Christ,” she said.

By Ezinwanne Onwuka (Senior Reporter)

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