Photos From Osinbajo’s Thanksgiving Service With Amaechi, Others In Attendance

Bayo Ajibola


Newly sworn in Vice President of Nigeria Prof. Yemi Osinbajo held a thanksgiving service at the National Church in Abuja after the inauguration ceremony.

The event was attended by ex-governor of Rivers state Rotimi Amaechi,a host of other ex-gocernors and other top dignitaries.

Speaking at the event,Osinbajo said the election of President Muhammadu Buhari was part of God’s plan towards the healing of the nation.

“So I thank the great and mighty God, who has chosen me at this time by Himself to assist the President of this nation.

His plan is to make Nigeria a nation that will be admired and respected amongst the nations of the earth by establishing an integrity.

“By ensuring that corruption is eradicated and resources meant for all are not cornered by a few, but are used according to law, justice and equity for the benefit of all.

The Lord wants a nation ruled only in accordance with law and justice where the guilty are punished and the good is rewarded.

This links to President Muhammadu Buhari’s inaugural speech yesterday.

Sure, you will agree that he emphasized these three clear designs of God”. See more photos after the cut…..


Bayo Ajibola

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