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I didn’t beg for VP slot, says Osinbajo

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has revealed that he did not beg to be made the Vice President declaring that his emergence was the hand of God.


He made this known on Sunday, during a service at the Olive Tree Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Banana Island, Lagos, where he was the resident Pastor before he became Vice President.

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Osinbajo said a lot of people are confused and asking if the promise, which God made to make Nigeria a great nation, will ever come true; insisted that the country had been going forward, and will continue making progress.

“This country has gone forward and it is going to keep moving forward,” he said.

“The reason why I, Yemi Osinbajo, without asking for a position, was given the vice-presidency of this nation is because God’s hand is in this business.

“And so, I am completely confident that despite where we are today, it is the dawn of a new beginning.

“It has begun to show and surely there is a very bright light at the end of the tunnel.

“God knows that this country has a plan and purpose in Africa and in the world; the plan and purpose will never diminish or be cut short.”

Don Moen, a famous American gospel artiste, was a guest at the service and he rendered songs of hope and praise for Nigeria and the Almighty.

5 Comments on I didn’t beg for VP slot, says Osinbajo

  1. I think so


  2. Very good please tell them


  3. issokay


  4. Whatever


  5. I beg to apply is begging. So, you begged your god father Tinubu to put you there by the Grace of God, period.


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