Embattled Vice President Osinbajo receives ‘special prayers’ on Instagram

Embattled Vice President Osinbajo receives ‘special prayers’ on Instagram

Nigerian musician, producer, and songwriter Cobhams Asuquo, late yesterday took to his Instagram platform to pray for embattled Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. Rumours earlier had it the that the Vice President was at loggerheads with the President, Muhammadu Buhari.

Osinbajo and Buhari however, are in good terms as the Presidency revealed in a bid to dispel the rumours but that wouldn’t prevent the award winning Music star the put the Vice President in prayers.

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Today, I pray for our Vice President: May the Almighty God bless @profosinbajo May God uphold him, strengthen him and see him through the good and the bad. May the Almighty God blind the forces of darkness that seek to tarnish his good name.” Cobhams wrote.

“I must admit that in the past, even I have judged him harshly, failing to remember the man I had looked up to for so many years as an aspiring lawyer and erroneously lumping him along with a corrupt political class. I admit now that I did so in ignorance. His’ is one rare instance where the office is blessed with a honorable man, more than qualified to hold a political office in Nigeria. The Lord God Almighty will fight for you and you will hold your peace.”

“The Lord God Almighty will vindicate you and deliver Nigeria from the clutches of any evil person or persons with an evil agenda. Nigerians will prosper. We will stand together, united in love against the forces of darkness and division that have sought to tear us apart for so many years. It is not a question of if we were ever meant to be; it is the fact that we now are and that we owe it to ourselves to rise above the powerful voices of disunity. We also owe it to ourselves, in our most quiet moment, to pray for this man. God bless Nigeria.” he concluded.

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    I think the way forward for the yoruba’s is to stop panicking and stay away from nigeria,we need independence, hausa are not ready to be peaceful and if care is not taking this will continue for decades, we need oodua as a nation, no more nigeria, we need division