July 16, 2024

Gbenga Daniel Calls for Unity, Support : Expresses Confidence in Tinubu



By: Oluwapelumi from


Former Ogun State Governor and Senator representing Ogun East, Gbenga Daniel, appealed to Nigerians to continue supporting President Bola Tinubu’s government during the 19th annual thanksgiving service held at Baptist International Worship Center in Sagamu, Ogun State.


The service, themed “Thanking God for total victory, recovery, and restoration,” emphasized the importance of gratitude and love for one another in society.


In his remarks, Daniel acknowledged the hardships faced by the country due to some of the policies introduced by the Tinubu-led government. However, he reassured the congregation that the nation would soon experience positive change. Expressing his confidence in Tinubu’s capabilities, Daniel urged Nigerians not to underestimate him and to continue supporting his administration.


The service brought together prominent figures, including the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in Ogun State, Ladi Adebutu, and his father, business mogul Sir Kessington Adebutu.


The Bishop of Lagos North Diocese of the Methodist Church of Nigeria, Rt Reverend Gboyega Ohu, delivered a sermon focusing on thanksgiving and love for one another in society.


“I know that Asiwaju will turn around the fortune of this country and I am sure it will happen before long. If there are little little challenges, let’s just accept it that this is normally how things like this go. I urge you to continue to support him and his administration.” Daniel Partly said.


The thanksgiving service served as a platform for Daniel to rally support for President Tinubu’s government, acknowledging the challenges faced while expressing optimism about the future. With the call to continue supporting Tinubu and his administration, the event highlighted the importance of unity and cooperation in achieving progress and positive change for the nation.

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