Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer, Redeem Christian Church of God (RCCG) who visited governor Yahaya Bello recently has described the governor as a man of faith. Adding that the way the governor handled the case of the Coronavirus is an inspiring indication of faith.
The man of God also went ahead to commend the governor on the issue of religious tolerance and his respect for other religion that led him to building the first ever Chapel in the Kogi State Government house.
In his words, he said “We have also heard the news of how you’ve been relating to people of every faith to the extent that you built the first chapel in the states' government house, Lokoja, we are delighted, Sir. I want to assure you that we will keep on praying for you, we will keep on praying for the people of your state and I believe that the Almighty God will answer our prayers for you. Thank you for granting us an audience”
Governor Yahaya Bello while addressing the visit of the man of God, he said his visit was indeed a gift, and he is delighted to be hosting him. He described the man of God as a father figure, adding that he has served as a role model to many across the country, himself inclusive.
Yahaya Bello added his speech by urging the revered and other men of God to continue to pray for the country, the state, both leadership and followership. He added that all religions at this present time should work together to seek divine intervention for the nation instead of focusing on divisions and war.
Source: Vanguard news
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