CAN President, Samson Ayokunle, made the attraction in a assertion issued on Tuesday in Lagos.
He also emphasised the need for elections and electoral processes to be freer, fairer and more credible.
Ayokunle urged the president to make the processes better.
“We give glory to God at this distinctive time of the diamond jubilee anniversary of our nation.
“But for God, the nation would have turn into balkanised as a result of the army misadventure to energy, insecurity, unemployment, and of recent, the COVID-19 pandemic, that represent the largest risk to the nation.
“We urge President Muhammadu Buhari, to sign the Electoral Reform Bill.
“Our elections needs to be free, honest and credible if we want the ruled and different nations to respect our political leaders.
“We consider, with the right angle from both those that are within the position of management, coupled with God serving to us, our tomorrow in Nigeria, shall be greater than at the moment.
“However, it’s needed for all Nigerians, irrespective of our political, non secular and ethnic affiliations, to worry God, to love our nation and love each other.
“This nation is blessed with human and material resources, let us engage them for our general good. As we begin the journey of another decade, we must adjust our strategy,” he said.
CAN president, Rev. Samson Ayokunle [Guardian]
He added that the church and CAN wouldn’t stop to pray for the leaders, for divine steerage, knowledge and integrity.
Ayokunle also known as on the federal government to revisit the 2014 National Conference Report, with a view to utilizing it to tackle some challenges militating towards the peace and unity of the nation.
“We do not need one other convention, if there’s a political will to implement the report. It ought to simply be sent to the National Assembly as template, to information legislative course of of better repositioning of Nigeria.
“We also call for enchancment within the safety structure of the nation.
“We are unhappy that both the safety brokers and the civilians proceed to be killed by insurgents.
“May God heal our land and grant us victory over every challenge facing the country in Jesus Name,” he said.