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  • Updated: June 05, 2023

Osun Governor Calls For Renewed Religious Tolerance

The Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, has called for renewed religious harmony and tolerance in the state.

Governor Adeleke made this known on Sunday at the 47th Synod of the Methodist Diocese of Ilesa on Sunday.

Represented by his deputy, Kola Adewusi, Adeleke appreciated the Church for their unalloyed support in prayer and the opportunity given to him to serve the state.

"I acknowledge the efficacy of praises and prayers as my major instrument of breakthrough in the battles of life. 

"I also pledge to be unwavering in my commitment to give the best to the state under a secured and peaceful atmosphere.

Earlier in his address, His Grace,Most Rev. Amos Akindeko thanked God Almighty for the grace of life to witness and host a maiden edition of the synod in Imo Circuit.

This according to him is the first to be observed since the inception of the administration of Governor Adeleke. 

While appreciating the governor for his presence, the Archbishop congratulated him on his victory at the supreme court that sealed all contentions about the last governorship polls and prayed for divine wisdom as he stirs the ship of the State.

In his sermon with the theme: "Contending for the Faith," Most Rev. Amos Akindeko stressed on the need for all Christian faithfuls to be steadfast in prayer and put their trust in God who is capable of fulfilling all their yearnings and and aspirations, anchoring his message on Hebrews 12:28 and Revelation 1: 5-6

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