- Revd. Sam Bamgbose says Nigerians will not be in the current mess if the elites had supported Yemi Osinbajo
- According to him, the ticket of the ruling All progressives Congress (APC) should have been given to the vice president
- He said this at the funeral service of the late Princess Mary Olusola George, held at the United African Methodist Church
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The present socio-economic situation in Nigeria could have been avoided if the political elite had given the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, the opportunity to lead the country as president, Rt. Revd. Sam Bamgbose of the United African Methodist Church, has said.
In a statement made available to Legit.ng, the bishop made the observation today in his sermon at the funeral service of the late Princess Mary Olusola George, held at the United African Methodist Church Catherdal, Ebute-Meta, Lagos.
The Bishop who was speaking on the topic "a life of legacy, impact and service to humanity", noted that what counts after man's sojourn on earth is the impact that the person made in his or her community and in the lives of others, while alive.
According to the cleric:
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"Prof Yemi Osinbajo is one Nigerian that served his country selflessly. Whatever it is that you have encountered here on the course of your service to this nation, the Lord will see you through in Jesus' name."
He assured the VP of the Church's continuous prayers and support, noting, "I am going to encourage you sir, it is not over until it is all over. Your time will come and we will all stand behind you. The grace of God will be behind you.
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Legit.ng reported earlier that The Kaduna state Governor, Nasir El-Rufai expressed worry over the leadership capacity of some members of President Muhammadu Buhari's cabinet.
Governor El-Rufai said he no longer believes in the leadership quality of the people around President Buhari.
El-Rufai, in an interview, said while he still believes in the president, there are doubts concerning those who have surrounded him.