As the nation move towards the 2023 general elections, the Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has admonished Nigerians to get registered by obtaining their permanent voters card, PVC, in order to exercise their franchise

This singular action  according to Governor Abiodun will afford tbe people the opportunity to vote in credible people into office during the forthcoming general elections

Governor Abiodun gave the charge on  Sunday at the Synod thanksgiving service for the third session of the fourth synod and investiture of diocesan distinguished fellow and royal fellow with a theme lift up your eyes held at the saint Barnabas Anglican Church, Okun-Owa in Odogbolu local government area of the state

Speaking on the theme of the Synod, the governor who acknowledged that the nation is currently going through a challenging period, urged the citizens to be hopeful in God as every problem has a solution

While promising to be inclusive, responsive, just and equitable, the number one citizen of the state reassured the people of the state that he would continue to adopt a system of government that will be of immense benefits to the state in line with the iseya mantra agenda of the current administration

The Bishop of Irele/Ese Odo Diocese, Ondo State, the Right  Reverend Joshua Iyinlola in a sermon charged the people not to sell their Vote but to Vote according to their conscience, stressing that selling of Vote is equivalent to mortgaging their future

Reverend O

yinlola also advised the rich to use their money in accordance with the directive from God to assit the less privileged in the society


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