Speaking at the event held at Ifewara attended by dignitaries from all over the country, Pastor Adeboye beseeched God to grant Governor Adeleke more wisdom, urging him to continue to govern with the fear of God.
According to the statement signed by the governor’s spokesperson, Mallam.Olawale Rasheed, Adeboye accompanied by his wife and senior pastors of the Redeemed Christian Church (RCCG) noted that as long as Governor Adeleke continues to uphold the path of God, he will continue to earn the favour of God.
Governor Adeleke had earlier narrated how his governorship ambition started with the anointing and prayers of Pastor Adeboye, testifying that the Lord Almighty has approved and installed him as the Governor of Osun State.
“I remembered Baba Adeboye anointed and prayed for me. His prayer on me is answered and I am here today as the Governor of Osun State.
“Baba has again prayed for me and re-anointed me. I will continue to toe the path of God. I govern by the fear of God. I will not derail as my governorship is anointed by God”, Governor Adeleke declared.
Reiterating why he continue to sing and praise God at every occassion, Governor Adeleke said as part of his pact with God, he is instructed not to leave the habit of praise singing.
“When Baba Adeboye was anointing me, he asked me to continue to sing and praise God. So when you see me dancing and praising God, that is my promise to my God as instructed by God. That is my secret”, he narrated.
In a commissioning full of praise singing, Pastor Adeboye described the location and completion of the ultra-modern multi-billion naira medical and vocational centre at Ifewara as a divine intervention in favour of Ifewara, praying to God to bless all smaller towns without possibility of government medical and educational interventions.
Praying for the Etuh family and the repose of late Mrs Jennifer, Pastor Adeboye applauded several human intervention programs aim at touching people’s lives promoted and supported by the Etuh family and urged well meaning Nigerians to offer hands of fellowship to their kith and kins.
Governor Adeleke who was accompanied by his brother, Dr Deji Adeleke, the Chief of Staff, Hon Kazeem Akinleye, Hon Sunday Bisi, Hon Adewale Egbedun, Hon Niyi Owolade, Rev Bunmi Jenyo and others later commissioned the medical and the vocational centre.
The Jennifer Etuh Foundation which is responsible for building the medical centre is inspired by late Mrs Etuh who before her death instructed that such medical centres should be built in six zones of the federation. The Ifewara Medical centre is the third of the planned sic medical centres.