Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, on Sunday, called on Nigerians to hold on to their faith during this present difficult time, expressing optimism that the hard times the country is currently passing through would soon be over.
Abiodun spoke at a church service held at the Redeemed Christian of Church, RCCG, Reigning King Sanctuary, Region 12 Headquarters, Sagamu, Ogun State.
Vanguard newspaper reports that The governor pointed out that the difficult time caused by the cashless policy would soon fade away, urging people to be resilient, hopeful, and keep praying for divine intervention.
According to the governor, “we should continue to dig, be resilient and keep faith alive. The challenges our country is going through is a phase and it shall soon pass away.
He added: “We should continue to pray, Nigeria will be okay. The situation in Nigeria is like the wall of Jericho, but with consistent prayer and faith, Nigeria shall overcome”.
While recounting his experience during the run up to the 2019 governorship election, Abiodun maintained that his emergence was through the grace of God despite all the obstacles he encountered.
He urged the residents of the state to be law-abiding and avoid any act capable of disturbing the peace of the state, particularly at this election time.