Don’t be rattled about our struggles, Atiku’s ally tells PDP members

Dr Akin Ogunbiyi, one of the political associates of the presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the last general election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has urged members of the party to keep hope alive.

Ogunbiyi who was a PDP gubernatorial aspirant in the 2018 governorship election in Osun state said this in Osogbo during a special Easter celebration with members of the party and his supporters.

Speaking at the event which featured musical performances, comic renditions as well as prayers for the growth of the state and Nigeria at large, Ogunbiyi said “nobody can stand against us because our act and actions are divine.”

He said: “God is with us. Do not be discouraged. Our stand and resolve on the progress of our state remains intact. If Osun is good, families will be good. So, we will not stop in reaching out to people and impacting lives. Osun must move forward.”


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Ogunbiyi’s Press Secretary, Ismail Afolabi explained that the Easter fiesta was held at Idera de Movement office in Osogbo, to enable people from all parts of the state participate in the praises and worships to commemorate Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death.

He expressed his heartfelt gratitude to God and also thanked stakeholders, guests and the good people of the state for gracing the event and for their priceless love and support.

“Some believe in chariots and horses but we trust in the name of the Lord. Don’t be rattled about the struggles on ground, God is at work. When the time of God comes, it can’t be hindered,” Ogunbiyi said.


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