Accept  elections’  results, politicians  urged

By Fatima Muraina.
Politicians have been urged to accept the outcome of the Presidential,  and National  Assembly elections held last Saturday as a divine one.

The Chief Imam of Akure Kingdom Alhaji AbdulamHakeem Yayi Akorede gave the advice while delivering his sermon during the jumat prayer held on Friday at the Akure Central mosque.

Akorede, whose sermon tittled “Belief and Destiny,” noted that who-ever is decleared winner has been destined by God.

He said every individual has been created with his own destiny and that people should learn to accept their destiny in good faith.

“One who does not believe in God and what has been destined is not a believer. We have to believe in God and accept what he has destined for us”, he said.

He urged the people not to struggle to obtain what is not destined to them declaring that challenges sometimes were signs to know how faithful one is to the service of God.

He charged people to have faith and believe in God noting that people should follow and abide with the directives of their leaders who he said are destined to be leaders.

Akorede encouraged people to alter good speeches as he advised against hate speech saying that people should always think before they speak.

While applauding the citizenery for the owaceful election last  Saturday, Akorede charged people to extend same gesture in the forthcoming one during the Governorship and House of Representative election on March 8th.

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