Osinbajo, Adeboye, Ambode Preach Attitudinal Change Among Nigerians

Prof.-Yemi-Osinbajo

The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has urged Nigerians to be agents of change wherever they find themselves and equally exhibit honesty in all they do.

Also the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Chuch of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, advised Nigerians to be diligent and faithful in their efforts at improving the lot of their nation thereby attracting divine favour.

Both men spoke at the 8th Annual Conference and Reunion of the RCCG, a gathering organised by Apapa Family, Lagos Province 20.

The theme of the gathering was ‘Riding On The Wings of Change.’

According to reports monitored on the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, the event which held at Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos, also had in attendance the state governor, Akinwumi Ambode.

Osinbajo, in his remarks, noted that honesty is what stands a man out from the pack.

“If you are a typist, if you are a receptionist, if you are a security man, be faithful in the little things you are doing. It is that faithfulness, it is that trustworthiness, it is that loyalty towards the things you are doing and to people you are serving that will lift you up,” the Vice President said.

He added that more than ever before, the country requires trustworthy men to fulfill its destiny.

“Our country is waiting for us; I trust that we are all going to be that change that the nation needs,” he added.
Adeboye, on his part, urged leaders at all levels to exhibit the fear of God in the discharge of their duties.

“Anyone who wants to ride on the wings of change must be humble, kind, patient so that everything that Nigeria has lost will be fully restored,” advised the General Overseer.






     

     

    Ambode counselled that Nigerians must focus primarily on diligence in service in their respective domains and that no one must be left behind in the wind of change blowing across the polity.

    “The theme of the conference aptly sums up our expectations and collective desire as individuals. No meaningful progress can be achieved without a purpose-driven change in the right direction,” Ambode noted.

    He prayed that the Vice President will have the same kind of wisdom the biblical King Slomon used in leading in his time.

    At the event, the three leaders were given ‘Apostles of Change’ awards by the organizers of the programme.

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