Vice President Osinbajo Advocates Support For Democracy

Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has encouraged Nigerians
to show more commitment to national unity and democratic development.

Osinbajo gave the advice during the funeral service of the founder of Oodua People’s Congress, OPC, Late Dr  Fredrick Faseun at  the Saint Stephen’s Anglican Cathedral Church,  Ondo City, Ondo State. 

Professor Osinbajo maintained that Late  Faseun spent his lifetime and resources on the restoration of democracy through June twelve and OPC.

Also speaking, governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu said the late pro democracy activist and nationalist who always spoke his mind no matter how controversial would remain indelible in the history of Yoruba race for his struggle through OPC

In a sermon, the Archbishop of Ondo Province, Anglican Communion, Most Revd Gabriel Akinbiyi who said death was inevitable for all irrespective of position or status described late Dr Frederick Fasehun as a patriotic Nigerian whose life was devoted to the liberating the people regardless of religious and political affiliations. 

Aged, eighty three, late Dr Fredrick Faseun is survived by wife, six children and thirteen grandchildren.

Dignitaries at the event included , Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, former Ondo State  governor , Dr Olusegun Mimiko, Minister of State for Niger Delta, Professor Claudius Daramola and Reverend Cannon Adebayo Eso of the Ondo Diocese of  Anglican Communion.


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Buhari At 76: Akeredolu Calls For Prayers To Support The President In Nation Building

As President Muhammadu Buhari marks 76th birthday on Monday, Ondo state Governor Mr Rotimi Akeredolu has called for prayers to support the president’s resilience in nation building.

Mr Akeredolu sought the support and prayers of Nigerians for President Buhari to enable him serve the country better.

In statement by Mr. Olusegun Ajiboye, his Chief Press Secretary, Mr  Akeredolu joined millions of Nigerians to congratulate Buhari on his birthday.

Mr Akeredolu also congratulated Nigerians for having President Buhari as their president at this difficult time.

He expressed confidence that the president was celebrating his 76th birthday with calmness, love and robust service to his fatherland.

The Governor said the president’s commitment to the development of Nigeria as the largest black African nation was increasingly yielding the expected results.

“I am soliciting more Nigerians’ support and prayers for the President to enable him to serve the country better,” he said.

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