The governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has described the role of spiritual leaders in the quest to solve the array of Nigeria’s challenges as indispensable and of great importance, urging them to be patriotic and selfless.
The governor stated this during the induction service of the 6th LAWNA Territorial Chairman and National Vice President, Pastor (Dr.) Gabriel Okpako Uyeh, and the 2nd LAWNA Territorial Vice Chairman, Pastor David Ajibade, at the Apostolic Church, Nigeria, LAWNA Territory, Ojota, Lagos State.
Highlighted ongoing efforts to improve the country’s economy, Abiodun emphasized the church’s significant role in this endeavour.
He called on the new chairman and vice chairman of the church to serve God and also look after the church under their care.
Represented by the Ogun State Commissioner for Budget and Planning, Mr. Olaolu Olabimtan, Abiodun disclosed that the appointment of the two men of God was a testament to their unwavering faith, dedication, and commitment to the principles and practices of the church.
The Ogun helmsman called on everyone to renew their dedication and commitment to the work of God, even as he challenged members of the Apostolic Church, Nigeria, LAWNA Territory, Lagos State, to support and cooperate with the new leadership of the church.
In his address, the newly inducted 6th LAWNA Territorial Chairman and National Vice President, Pastor (Dr.) Uyeh, while thanking God for the opportunity to serve the church in the new capacity, opined that he would continue to submit to the will of the Almighty God at all times.