Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq stated on the weekend that his opponents within the March 9 governorship election had been plotting to frustrate his administration.
He urged non secular leaders to hope for the success of his authorities.
The governor spoke at Igbaja in Ifelodun Local Government Area of the state on the 55th commencement of ECWA Theological Seminary.
Represented by his deputy, Kayode Alabi, the governor stated: “I urge you all to hope for our authorities. Those we defeated on the polls are
round and they won’t need us to succeed. Kwara has suffered loads.
“The state suffered for over 40 years within the arms of 1 household, but there are lots of households within the state.
“They still want to come back as they believe the state belongs them. I always tell people that we did not win the election; God won the election for us. We did not have the huge amount they spent on the election day.”
He urged establishments of upper studying within the nation to instill self-discipline of their college students to make sure an egalitarian society.
AbdulRazaq suggested the graduating college students to influence positively on the society and
educate the youngsters and their congregation the way in which of the Lord.
He confused the necessity for attitudinal change on the a part of the individuals and suggested the graduating college students to be good ambassadors of the establishment.
The Provost, Rev. Stephen Baba, urged pastors to take character and integrity moulding very significantly.
“To entrench good governance in this nation and the church of Jesus Christ, pastors need to take the matter of character and integrity very seriously and help in building men and women of sound character and integrity,” Rev Baba added.
He stated 352 college students graduated this 12 months from the seminary, with 18 from the ECWA College of Education.