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Ekiti election: Fayemi calls for prayers

Fayemi, while speaking on Friday night at the 2013 service of carols and lessons held at the Government House, Ado Ekiti, urged the citizenry not…

Fayemi, while speaking on Friday night at the 2013 service of carols and lessons held at the Government House, Ado Ekiti, urged the citizenry not to relent in their prayers for the sustenance of the peace being enjoyed in the state.
He said, “We must not stop to pray for peace, especially as we move towards the election year.”
While sounding optimistic about 2014, the governor expressed hope that the year would be a year of miracles, peace and fulfilment.
He urged the people to work towards moving the state “from just a struggling state” into a triumphant one that would provide functional jobs for the youth and meet the needs of the people generally.
 Fayemi noted that the state had experienced positive development in the outgoing year despite some challenges it encountered. He expressed optimism that 2014 would propel Ekiti State into a situation buoyant enough to meet all the needs of the citizenry.
Urging tolerance among the people, he stated that the foundation of the forthcoming election in the state was the peaceful attitude of the people towards one another. Development, he advised, can only thrive in a peaceful society.
In his sermon, provincial pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Ekiti Province 1, Ola Adejubee urged the people not to forget the purpose of Christ’s birth because of the multiplicity of the celebrations that follow the festive season.
Special prayers were offered for the state at the event by the retired Bishop of Akure Diocese of the Anglican Communion, Michael Ipinmoye.

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