I may end up as a Pastor, Nigerian Governor Drops Hint on Plans After his Tenure

I may end up as a Pastor, Nigerian Governor Drops Hint on Plans After his Tenure

- Ogun state governor, Governor, Dapo Abiodun has indicated an interest in becoming a man of God

- Abiodun suggested after serving eight years as a governor he may end up becoming a pastor

- The governor expressed his love for reading, studying and sharing the Bible

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Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun state, on Wednesday, April 28, hinted at what he plans to do after serving as a state leader for eight years.

According to P.M News, Abiodun told the audience at the 108th Nigeria Baptist Convention that he might end up on the pulpit at the end of his tenure.

While speaking at the convention that was held at the Baptist International Conference Centre, Lufuwape Town, along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, the governor expressed his love for the word of God.

I may end up as a pastor, Nigerian governor drops hint on plans after tenure
Governor Dapo Abiodun has suggested that he might end up on the pulpit after serving eight years in office as governor. Photo credit: @dabiodunMFR
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The governor said that although he would not ascribe to himself the authority of the clergy, he, however, loves reading, studying and sharing the Bible, The Sun reports.

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He went on to urge Nigerians, and the world, to take action with the fear of God in their hearts.

Abiodun explained that if Nigerians followed the instructions of God in all they do, life would be more peaceful and the country would not find itself in its current predicaments.

Legit.ng gathered that Abiodun whose first term in office ends in 2023, may have suggested that he plans to run for a second term as governor.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Governor Nyesom Wike disclosed that he has moved out of the government house in preparation to vacate office when his tenure ends in 2023.

Wike told his audience at a child dedication ceremony in Abuja, that he knows some political forces will come after him when he leaves office.

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He said he is ready to face such travails when he steps down as governor.

In a related development, Governor Adegboyega Oyetola claimed that he had divine encounters twice where God assured him that he would be the governor of Osun state.

Oyetola made the claim when he spoke at a thanksgiving service held to commemorate the second anniversary of his administration at a church in Osogbo.

Source: Legit.ng

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