Governor Kayode Fayemi has intimated that the country needs more prayers to curb the aggravated level of security challenges in the country.

The Governor of Ekiti state made this disclosure while he visited Governor Bello Matawalle with other governors on Tuesday, March 2.

They visited the governor over talks about the recent mass abduction of Jangebe schools girls from the Government Girls Secondary School.

He said;

“I believe that Nigeria will be rid of this menace. We need more prayers, that is why I was also trying to encourage Mr Governor and our leaders to go for prayers first before we have this session because, yes it is work and prayer, but prayers will assist us in really reshaping the irrationality that has come upon us, where violence is seen as the solution to whatever problem that we have and violence never solves any problem.”

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  1. the way some people Mis-interpreted prayer self on something political needs praying!!!
    NAWA o,

    to worsen it, this is coming from a Leader in the South-East or was it South-West?


    but you are the leader, do your DARN job

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