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Makinde Reveals His Challenge To God Over His Reelection



Makinde Reveals His Challenge To God Over His Reelection

Seyi Makinde, governor of Oyo, has described his re-election as a divine intervention.

NAN reports that Makinde spoke at a thanksgiving service held at the Living Spring Chapel International, Aduloju, Ibadan, Oyo capital.

The governor was quoted as saying that he had prayed to God not to be reelected if he would not leave a good legacy.

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“Before now, I kept telling God that if I will not perform and leave a legacy that will move people from poverty to prosperity, then, I should not win the second term election,” Makinde was quoted as saying.

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“But, everything went well and I can only say it happened by divine intervention.

“So, I am standing on God’s altar to promise the people of Oyo state that I will even work harder to bring more benefits to the people.”

He urged residents of the state not to entertain any fear about his performance in the second term.

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The governor said his plans for the state had been captured in the “Oyo State Roadmap for Sustainable Development, 2023 to 2027”.

He said his administration would keep tracking its efforts on a yearly basis to ensure that the plans are achievable.

Femi Emmanuel, the presiding pastor of the Living Spring Church, prayed for the success of the governor and his team.

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Emmanuel noted that the victory recorded by Makinde was beyond the power of man.

He urged the governor to be concerned about leaving a good legacy in his second term in office.

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication

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