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GOV. DICKSON ATTRIBUTES SUCCESS OF RESTORATION GOVT TO GOD

27 Oct

Bayelsa State Governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson has attributed the success of his Restoration Government to the divine will of God Almighty.
Governor Dickson stated this at a rally, tagged “The Restoration We Need,” packaged to serve as a prelude to the forthcoming Bayelsa Thanksgiving Day scheduled for the 2nd of November, at the main-bowl of the Samson Siasia Stadium, Yenagoa.

Recalling his assumption of office, the Governor remarked that a key aspect of the Restoration Government was to give God a place in the affairs of the State, noting that it has yielded positive results as the State has continued to make steady progress in key sectors.

According to Governor Dickson it is on this premise that, the State Government legalized November 2nd of every year as Thanksgiving Day to appreciate and reverence God for all the answered prayers and blessings to the State.

Governor Dickson, who also expressed gratitude to God, described his elevation to the position of Governor of the State, as divine noting that “God giveth power to whosoever He chooses and taketh back whenever He pleases”.

The Bayelsa State Chief Executive admonished youths and those interested in political power that being the best and wealthiest candidate was not a guarantee for success.

Delivering a message with the theme, “The Restoration We need,” the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, urged the people to always cultivate the habit of thanking God in order to attract more blessings.

Pastor Adeboye also highlighted the benefits of establishing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ to include enjoying total restoration in all spheres of life such as, good health, freedom from demonic forces, peace and joy.

Pastor Adeboye, who was in the State for 3 days has since returned to Lagos.

Daniel Iworiso-Markson
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Bayelsa State

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