Osun 2022: Your good works will speak for your re-election – Islamic cleric tells Oyetola

 Osun 2022: Your good works will speak for your re-election – Islamic cleric tells Oyetola

Governor Adegboyega Oyetola

…warns Gov to be wary of enemies within

Governor Adegboyega Oyetola

Sheikh Muyideen Ajani Bello, a prominent Islamic cleric, advised Governor Adegboyega Oyetola of Osun on Sunday to continue to place all of his goals and political ambitions before God, stating that his good acts would speak for him in 2022.

He spoke at an Islamic Life Time Award/Turbaning, Quranic Memorisation Prize Giving Ceremony and launch of an Islamic Hospital, organized by United Imams and Khateeb, Irewole Local Government, Ikire, where the State Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Munirudeen Bola Oyebamiji bagged Islamic lifetime award.

Sheikh Bello thanked Governor Oyetola for prioritizing the people’s welfare and well-being and asked Nigerians to give the current administration their complete support.

He said, “Continue what you are doing, your great works will speak for your re-election. We are aware of what you are doing. Just continue to believe in God, He is your strength, He will not forsake you.

“My advice for you is to be wary of enemies within. God will make you succeed, you will conquer them and come out victorious. Those that are working with you, must remain loyal. They must support you wholeheartedly particularly on your second-term ambition. God will answer your prayers. You will triumph over all those plotting against your ambition.”

In a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Ismail Omipidan, on Sunday, Oyetola who lauded the Finance Commissioner, Oyebamiji for impacting the lives of the people, pledged that his administration would continue to support his vision.

He also said, “Let’s continue to ensure peace and maintain the relatively peaceful atmosphere around the state. It is time for us to be more security conscious ever than before. It is time for us to cultivate skills acquisition, vocational and technical skills. This is the way to go.”

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