It is not a new thing for people to end up on the altar after serving in one capacity or the other, in most cases, civil servants, bank workers, ex Footballers like Pastor Taribo West and Idah Peterside became pastors.
In this case, a political office holder, Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State is harping on the need to do things with the fear of God, adding that he could also end up preaching the gospel after serving as a governor.
The Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, this Wednesday, hinted that he may end up as a pastor after serving eight years in office as governor.
Governor Abiodun, who gave this hint in his remarks at the 108th Baptist Convention said though he would not ascribe to himself the authority of the clergy because he loves reading, studying and sharing the words of God
He called on Nigerians, and the entire humanity, on the need to do things with fear of God in their hearts.
According to him, if Nigerians followed the instructions of God in all they do, living would be much easier and the country would not find itself in the present precarious situation.
He, therefore, charged Nigerians not to lose hope, stressing that "all Nigerians need is the fear of God in conducting their affairs
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