Ogun state People Never Finish Well In Office, Let’s Pray For Osinbajo – Kayode

Let’s Pray For Osinbajo

A former minister of aviation barrister Femi Fani Kayode has called on Christians in Nigeria to pray for the vice President of federal republic of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.

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Barrister Kayode pointed this out in a statement credited to him on Wednesday, 19th February 2020.

He disclosed that no Ogun State indigene has ever finished well in the office as the second in command in the country nothing that Christians should be praying for the present Vice President of Nigeria.

The statement reads below:

Consider the following:

Every single son of the South West that has been President or Vice President has come from Ogun state. They are Ogundipe, Obasanjo, Shonekan, Diya and now Osinbajo.

Every single Head of State that has had a number two from Ogun state has died in office.

They are Aguiyi-Ironsi whose number 2 was Ogundipe.

Murtala Mohammed whose number 2 was Obasanjo.

Sani Abacha whose number 2 was Diya.

Buhari’s number 2 is Osinbajo (from Ogun state).

Let us hope the curse is broken and he does not go the same way.

Again consider this:

Every single President, Prime Minister or Head of State from the CORE north (namely NW and NE) has either been removed from office in a military coup d’etat or been killed or died whilst on the throne.

They are Tafawa Balewa, Murtala Mohammed, Shehu Shagari, Muhammadu Buhari (1st coming), Abacha and Yar’adua.

Buhari (2nd coming) is presently on the throne. Let us hope the curse is broken and that it does not affect him.

As a good Christian, I am pointing all this out for one reason alone: so that we can pray for him according to 1 Timothy 2: 1, though the scripture did not tell us precisely what the prayer point should be.

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