Hope rises for Nigeria’s democracy – Famodun

Hope rises for Nigeria’s democracy – Famodun

From Fisayo Akinduro, Osogbo
For Nigeria to have attained  20 years  unbroken democracy, the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun State, Prince Gboyega Famodun, said the  development was an indication that there is hope for the nation’s democracy to blossom.

Famodun who made the assertion in a statement issued by his media consultant, Kola Olabisi, in Osogbo, the state capital  noted that despite all the  challenges facing the survival of the entity called Nigeria, it continues to forge ahead as a nation.

The Osun APC State Chairman said there is a spiritual dimension to the continuous success story of the nation as an indivisible entity.

He hinted that the resounding political will coupled with the  exemplary leadership endowment of President Muhammadu Buhari have  been the acceleration level of his administration that has been providing the needed firmament for one Nigeria.

Famodun appealed to those who might be having more expectations from the Buhari administration to continue to exercise patience, as life more abundant is in stock for all and sundry during his second tenure in government.

He also pleaded with the people, irrespective of their party affiliations to continue to pray for their leaders in general and the President  in particular for divine  help  to achieve his desired goals in government.

He reminded the people that when they pray for their leaders, they are  in a way praying for themselves .

According to him: “No leader emerges without the express consent of God,  just the way a leaf will not fall off a tree without the knowledge of God.

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“I expect the people’s approach to their leaders to be in accordance with the divine directive of God and proliferation of places of worship of the two dominant religions in Nigeria.

“Since no one will like another person to curse his son or relation in any position of authority, it is in the same manner that President Buhari who is a son to a father and mother also needs your prayers to continue to give us qualitative government during this his second sojourn to democratic leadership of our nation”, he said.

Hope rises for Nigeria’s democracy – Famodun

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