Speaks From Ibadan
The vice-president of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo
today attended the 33rd Holy Ghost Convention of The
Sword of the Spirit Ministries in Ibadan, headed by Bishop
Wale Oke, where he spoke about the nation and assured
Nigerians again that their government will make this nation
great again. Osinbajo said it is too early to rate the
president and himself in office now, but one thing he
assures all is that this country will be great for us all to
"I think that the nation has high expectations and I know
that things are just getting better by the day. I believe that
by the grace of God, all of those expectations and beyond
will be met. So, we are looking forward to more exciting
times and great things for this nation.
"We can't talk about a policy direction in one year but am
sure you heard the President's speech on the economy and
what to expect in the next few days. I hope we all heard
what we've said about the economy especially what we
intend to do in the area of agriculture, infrastructure, power,
roads; so much has to be done. A lot of work to be done in
the next few months, so we will see a lot." Continue,,.
Speaking about his nomination back then as the vice-
president, he recalled that a lot of pastors and general
overseers wanted to know why he agreed to run for such a
"A meeting of men of God was called by Bishop Oke and
they wanted to understand why it was that I was running
for office and they wanted to ask questions about the
threat of Islamisation. They needed answers.
"After I answered the questions, they began to support the
effort. They decided that they have heard enough and they
were convinced that what the Lord was about to do was
something that will make a difference in this country.
"I am happy they have not been disappointed. God fulfilled
the promise and we won the election.
"Winning an election and being the Vice President is
nothing. The most important thing is that God has said that
we must be the light of the world. All the accolades and
prestige of my office cannot compare with the duty that
God has given us to be true disciples.
"I pr

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