The Centre for Righteous Living (CRIL), a non-political religious organisation is set to sanitise Nigerians on the need to vote for credible, honest and transparent leaders who will positively and constructively deliver the dividends of democracy to the best advantage of all especially the downtrodden and the common man on the street.
The group in a statement said such transformational process would in turn engender a genuine roadmap, which it said, would guarantee an egalitarian society where no man “is oppressed; a complete departure from the present unfortunate situation in the society and the nation.
To this end, series of programmes and workshops and seminars have been earmarked to achieved the laudable objectives.” The objectives include the 2015 Christian mobilisation group, organising the Lagos Centre Division, inaugural lecture under a theme, ‘Because we are involved, The 2015 and the Church,’ which will hold tomorrow holding at 11a.m. at the Hoares Memorial Methodist Cathedral 321, Herbert Macaulay Street, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos. Prominent clerics expected to minister at the event include Rev. Oridota J.O.