Embark on 40days fasting section, Amosun tells APM members.


Olukayode Odunsesi writes from Papalanto.

The only Emperor Ogun state ever produced, who made his Excellency Prince Dapo Abiodun went through the turbulent election process of all time has called on APM members who are also referred to by opposition as Alagabangebes to embark on 40days fasting and prayers in the ongoing battle of court judgements ahead. Emperor said this while addressing his loyalists at his edifice in Abeokuta on Sunday, a day after the tribunal judgement that referred to the petition of his godson as “Lazy”.

Emperor said they claimed our petition is lazy but we have to let them know we aren’t lazy hence the need for this fasting and prayers section is necessary. In Swift reactions to this, many of his loyalists claimed when did Oga turned to TB Joshua. Even the children of Isreal then rejected such in the wilderness.

Another one called “Stainless”, by his team said we are politicians not missionaries. If Akinlade needs deliverance he should visit Adeboye. Adeboye lo ma fi Awe jagun in Yoruba meaning it’s pastor Adeboye of Redeem church that knows how to fight with fasting.

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Adekunle said in a silent voice, “Oga ti loss match yi”. I think we have to keep our pride and align with the government of the day.

How I wish he can hear all these comments of his acclaimed loyalists, he should have a change of mind and believe the people are the strength of any leading Politician.

The funny part of it, was one of the women that was chanting Omo Ajiri before the Emperor’s address who later said how many years do I have to live that I’ll fast 40days again. Let him pay pastors to help us fast jare. The one we fast in the past only gave us lazy outcome. All our wards meeting venues has turned to prayer ground. We are tired of this please.

I see the APM camp get empty in the next few weeks with this latest development, losing their members to the ruling party in the state. Nothing last forever.

Olukayode Odunsesi writes from Papalanto.

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