The Diocesan Bishop of Anglican Diocese of Ijesa North, Osun State, Reverend Isaac Oluiyamo, has called on Governor Ademola Adeleke to fulfil his promises to workers by paying their salaries and allowances.
This was as the cleric called on all tiers of government in Nigeria to make living in the country easier for people.
Oluyamo also called for prayers for Nigeria, just as he called on the government to be more diligent in the quest to provide good governance.
Speaking at the 2022 Diocesan Summit held at The Cathedral of St. Matthew, Ijebu-Jesa, Osun State, on the theme, ‘Building A Vision For Ijesa North Diocese,’ on Saturday, Oluyamo, while congratulating the new state governor, Adeleke, called on him to serve the people with love and sense of accountability.
The cleric said, “Our prayers are with him (Adeleke) for good governance and successful tenure. He should please not forget to fulfil his promises to pay the salaries and allowances of the workers and retirees.”
Commenting further on the state of the nation, Oluyamo admonished youths to avoid any form of evil practice as the year ran to an end and ahead of the 2023 general election.
He said, “the state of our nation calls for prayer, prayer and more prayers. We call on the government to be up and doing in this business of good governance and making life easy for the populace.
“We enjoin the youths to avoid any form of evil practice as the year runs to an end and as we go into the 2023 general election.” The Punch