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Adeboye Says Fayose Is Bold, Takes Risk To Defend His People

Source: thewillnigeria.com

SAN FRANCISCO, December 24, (THEWILL) – The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has noted that the Ekiti state Governor, Ayodele Fayose is courage, boldness, adding that the Governor is ready to take the risk so that his people can be protected.

Speaking in Ado-Ekiti on Saturday at the palace of Ewi of Ado-Ekiti, Oba Rufus Adejugbe Aladesanmi 111, the cleric urged state governors in the country to emulate their Ekiti State counterpart in standing up for and protecting the interest of their people.

The Governor has been an ardent critic of President Muhammadu Buhari, slaming his administration at every turn.

Adeboye, who spoke when he visited the monarch before attending a crusade at the Oluyemi Kayode Stadium, described the Governor as a great defender of his people and their cause.

Commending Fayose for taking great risks to defend and protect the interests of his people, he said, ”Your Excellency, we thank God for your life, courage, boldness and being willing to take the risk so that your people can be protected and I know you know what I am talking about.

“You can be sure that we are praying for you and you will succeed. I hope other governors will stand for their people like you and defend their people and say enough is enough.”

The RCCG GO, who prayed for the restoration of the lost glory of Ekiti, also commended Oba Adejugbe for leading his people in the way of the Lord.

Speaking earlier, Fayose said Nigerians appreciate the efforts of Adeboye at taking the gospel round the world.

”We know that it is at this time of the year that you go round and we pray that God strengthens you.

“Your visit is annually and when a man of God passes by, we want to take that advantage for him to bless us. We appreciate your efforts at taking the gospel round the world,” he said.

On his part, Oba Adejugbe described Adeboye's visit as a blessing to the palace, and the people of the state in general.