Ogun women holds prayer session for good governance, others

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Women of Ogun state have organised a prayer program for the state’s sustainable growth, peace, and prosperity of each citizen.

The Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development Hon. Adijat Adeleye while speaking at the program explained that it aimed at giving women the opportunity to come together to pray in unity for successful governance and delivery of its electioneering promises.

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The programme was held on Tuesday in Abeokuta with the theme “Akanse Adura, Ogun Women Prays For Omooba Dapo Abiodun and Engr. Noimot Salako-Oyedele.

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Hon. Adeleye said the program was organized by the Ministry to give women the opportunity to come together to pray in unity for successful governance and for the present administration to deliver on its electioneering promises, in order to further achieve the targeted developmental goals in the state.

Earlier, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mr. Oluwaseyi Sokoya, said the essence of the prayer session was to acknowledge the supremacy of God on the state and the Ministry and to commit the Prince Dapo Abiodun-led administration and the entire indigenes of the state to the hands of God.

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In her goodwill messages, a representative of the Spouses of State Government Functionaries Association (SOSGFA), Mrs. Florence Fagbohun, appreciated the leadership of the Ministry for deeming it fit to organise women to pray for the present administration and the people of the state.

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Also representatives of the Christian, Muslim and traditional faith in the state, Rev. (Mrs.) Fola Achidume, Chief Imam, Yunis Odekunle and the Iyalosa Efunyebo Omolara, respectively, led the women in fervent prayers for more achievements for the present administration and the state in general.

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