EDWARD ONOJA INSPECTS GOVERNMENT HOUSE CHAPEL.||Anyigbaleft


…Expresses satisfaction at the level of work done 
December 17th, 2019.

The Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Chief Edward David Onoja (CIK) has today, inspected the hall of the Government House Chapel to gauge the level of completion. The chapel, whose foundation was laid by the CAN President, Pastor Supo Ayokunle a few months ago, is nearing completion and will be ready for use before the end of this year.

Accompanied by the Commandant of the Civil Defense, Kogi State Chapter, P. S. Maigari, he embarked on a tour of the edifice and expressed satisfaction at the level of work, describing the finishing as “magnificent”. He appreciated Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello for his immense love towards the Christian-folk, a result of which was the eradication of the 28-year anomaly which the administration of Governor Bello has now corrected.

Speaking to correspondents of the WatchDog, Onoja assured all members of the public that all materials needed to make the chapel function at high standard is already on ground, and state the team’s determination in ensuring that the building is ready for commissioning on the 21st of December. He said that Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello had come into governance divinely, which is why he will not rule like others did.
Onoja said that Islam preaches peace, oneness and devotedness which is why Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello had found no problem in going ahead with the project. Speaking further, he stated that on July 22nd when the foundation was laid by Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello and the President of the CAN, Pastor Supo Ayokunle, he had promised to ensure that the edifice is ready for use by December, and his promise has now been fulfilled. He concluded by stating that Kogi State is lucky to have a leader like Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello, who possesses all the qualities sorely needed by Nigerians and the world at large.

The Commandant of the Civil Defense, Peter Samuel Maigari who was on hand to witness the inspection, made it known that he assumed duty in Kogi State on the day the foundation was laid, and expressed satisfaction at the level of completion of the project, saying that it proves that capable hands are in charge. He commiserated with the Christian family in Kogi State, and encouraged them to come out enmasse on the 21st of December in order to make the commissioning and Christmas Carol a memorable event.

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