COVID-19 Campaing: Gov. Abiodun Woos Clerics on Mass Vassination

      Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has called on religious leaders in the state to intensify effort towards the mass mobilization of their congregants in its determination to vaccinate 2million people by December 2021 under the Federal government COVID-19 Mass Mobilisation Campaign.
   The Governor, who was speaking in Kobape town at a Leadership Capacity Building programme organized by the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) for delegates across the zone, admonished the people not to be dismayed about  the COVID-19 challenges among others, but should rededicate themselves back to God through continued appreciation and giving testimony about every deeds in life.
Governor Abiodun, who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Tokunbo Talabi reassured the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) of the present adminstration’s commitment to provide support to the body in its effort at instilling morals into the society, as well as further propagation of the gospel.
  “The role of church leaders in our COVID-19 mass mobilisation effort of 2 million people by December cannot be over-emphasised due to their close relationship with congregants. Our State was the first to kickstart the mass vaccination campaign, while our Governor was equally the first state Governor to be administered with the new dose.
“So we urge our religious leaders to support the state government achieve success in this light, “he maintained.
    Earlier in his opening charge, the State Chairman of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Apostle David Otaru, who described the Leadership Capacity Building Conference as being historic and happening for the first time in the state on the Fellowship’s landed property in kobape, saying that the body had proved that it had remained a strong and vibrant Pentecostal fellowship in the State and Nigeria in general.