Adeboye's Pastor Predicts Outcome Of Osinbajo's 'Political Travails'
Yemi Osinbajo (source: State House)

A Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Assistant Provincial Pastor, Tunde Benjamin-Laniyi, has said that Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will come out stronger from the political challenges he is facing at the presidency.

Concise News understands that Benjamin-Laniyi, who is the Assistant Provincial Pastor for Youth, North Province 6 of the church headed by Enoch Adeboye, said this in the wake of the sacking of Osinbajo’s aides by President Muhammadu Buhari.

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The pastor said that challenges were part of life with no exemption, adding that one’s faith in God would make one an overcomer.

Speaking to newsmen in Abuja after a special church service, the cleric described Osinbajo as a man of so much faith in God.

“Everybody faces challenges; they are part of human life. Everything works together for good for them that love God. There is time for everything; time to cry and time to laugh. Nobody, no matter how highly-placed, is exempted from challenges. But the beauty of it is that at the end of the day, because of your faith in God, you will be able to overcome. So the vice president will overcome the challenges and will come out stronger,” he said on Sunday.

The pastor decried the high level of nepotism and tribalism in Nigeria, calling on Nigerians to demonstrate love that transcends all barriers and ethnic sentiment.

President Buhari’s adviser on Senate, Babajide Omoworare, had last week insisted that the Nigerian leader, who is on a “private visit” to London, did not undermine the office of the vice president by travelling without transmitting a letter to the National Assembly.

“Contrary to the claims by some individuals and groups, the President has not in any way undermined or relegated the office of the Vice-President. He has no reason to do so,” Omoworare insisted.

“I don’t think there is any way or manner that the office of the Vice-President has been relegated.

“The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria can work from anywhere he is in the world.”