Beware of Political Godfathers, Clergy Tells Gov. Abiodun

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Beware of Political Godfathers, Clergy Tells Gov. Abiodun

Diocesan Bishop of Egba Diocese, Right Reverend Emmanuel Adekunle has called on the Ogun State governor to beware of political Godfathers that has taken politics as business for his government not to fall.

The Bishop made the call in a sermon at the post inauguration thanks giving service held at the cathedral of Saint Peters, Ake, Abeokuta.

Bishop Adekunle advised the governor to be aware of soothsaying aides and make himself available to the people that elected him to the office.

The Bishop while advising the new governor to work towards fulfilling all his campaign promises also called on the governor to improve the education sector and urged him to do more than his promise of building one primary school in each ward of the state.

Bishop Adekunle advised the state government to include the communities and old students in the management of schools in the state as government alone has not being able to properly run the public schools.

He urged him to take teachers education as very important and as well urged him to pay the pensioners as at when due.

The Bishop advised governor Abiodun to also improve agriculture in the state to further provide job opportunities for the youths.

Governor Dapo Abiodun in a remark at the thanksgiving said he bears no grudge against any  person in the run to the governorship election.

He promised to ensure that right infrastructure is provided by the state government to further bring investors to the state.

There were various prayer sessions for the governor, the deputy, the state and the Federal Government.

In attendance at the post inauguration thanksgiving service were the former president Olusegun Obasanjo, former Ogun State governors, former deputy governor’s traditional rulers and other dignitaries.

 

Wale Olokun

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