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President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday observed the Palm Sunday Church Service at the Aso Villa Chapel with very few worshipers in attendance.
But those in attendance during the Palm Sunday service, besides the choir, did not exceed the first three roles on both sides, while workers and few security aides and media occupied the last roles behind.
Among the few worshippers in the church are the President’s aides, Chairperson Civil service Commission, Executive Secretary, National Christian Pilgrims Commission and a couple from the diplomatic community.
The guest minister, Rev. (Dr.) William Okoye, who is the Founding General Overseer of the All Christians Fellowship Mission, Abuja, maintained that those alleging that President Jonathan did not perform in his four years in office were either being mischievous or economical with the truth.
According to him, Jonathan’s achievements were glaring for all to see.
Stressing that Nigerians have done their best by voting, he said the rest was now in God’s hands.
He was confident that the outcome of the election will be in Jonathan’s favour.
Okoye, who was the Chaplain of the Chapel between 1999 and 2007, insisted that there was nothing the Jonathan administration has not done to move the nation forward.
In his bid to lift the spirit of the worshippers following the release of few presidential election results which is going the way of the opposition, Okoye said, God puts people in authority.
He also noted that people in their usual nature will go to various places, claiming they prayed and will want to take the glory as facilitators of victory when the result goes the way of the principle.
He urged President Jonathan not to make that mistake but attribute the victory (if he eventually wins) to God and not to man.
He said: “That is where we sin against God. It is God that puts people in authority and we have done all we have to do, we have to look to him (God) and I believe we are going to sing a new song.”
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