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Reconcile Aggrieved Parties – Cleric Tells Oyetola

For greater achievements in his administration this year, a cleric has underscored the need for Osun state Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola to reconcile aggrieved fractions in the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state and ensure unity among members of his cabinet tremendous progress and achievements and achieve more.

The Arch Bishop of Ilesa Archdiocese, The Methodist Church of Nigeria, Most Reverend Amos Akindeko stated this during an annual prayer visit to the governor at the government house, Osogbo.

Most Reverend Akindeko who said God showed him in a vision, a spider, with eight legs walking towards different directions without progress, appealed to the governor to endeavour to reach out to the grassroots for meaningful development.

Earlier in a sermon, The Rt. Reverend Timothy Olatunji who said the Lord will do new things for the state and fulfil His promises stressed the need for all to be diligent, walk with God and be guided by fear of God.

In a remark, Governor Oyetola appreciated the call for more United forces, saying the door for reconciliation is widely open.

The Governor ascribed his administration’s achievements to the efficacy of prayer and hoped in God that this year’s Governorship election in the state would be peaceful.

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