The Ondo governorship race of the year 2016 has come and gone peacefully despite the political intrigues but the memories of some election campaign moments will forever linger in the minds of the participants.
A member of the All Progressives Congress, Olaide Lanre Badmus woke up this morning to reflect on her electioneering campaign moments with the winner of the Ondo gubernatorial election, Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN.
The light-skinned beautiful woman with a gap tooth expressed gratefulness to God as she shares a couple of photos from the Akeredolu campaign train.
Significantly, Akeredolu popularly known as Aketi was seen enjoying a safe boat ride to the riverine Ilaje area of the Sunshine State to preach his change message to the people.
Miss Badmus was also pictured with the deputy governor elect, Hon. Agboola Ajayi on the same trip as she enjoyed the opportunity of taking selfies.
Read her touching message below:
“Still can’t thank God enough for d Election Victory
I thank God for all because there were so many negative confession from people I least expected cos they thought the words of their mouths were enough to change the plans God has for d Gov Elect,but God didn’t seize to be God Aketi’s Critics , were the first set of People to Congratulate him!
GRACE !!! Spoke for Oluwarotimi Akeredolu the Gov Elect. We saw God in action all through & God will always be with him in Jesus name.
Everything that needs to answer in our lives, shall answer to GRACE. Everything that God has ordained to work shall work for YOU & I in Jesus Name. I command fire to destroy impediments in your way in Jesus Name. Where they are suppose to say YES to you they shall say
YES .I prophesy with APOSTOLIC Tenacity you will laugh last over adversity and adversary……..
If your thought towards me are for evil, this prayer will work against you o !”
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