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Herdsmen attacks: Alake, cleric call for God’s intervention


Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo III, Alake of Egbaland.

The Alake and Paramount ruler of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo and the Diocesan Bishop of Egba Anglican Communion, Rev. Emmanuel Oludaisi Adekunle, yesterday, condemned the recent incessant killings in the country by suspected Fulani herdsmen, especially in Benue other States and called for God’s immediate intervention.

They spoke in Abeokuta the Ogun State capital at the Third Session of the 14th Synod of the Diocese. The theme was “ The Almighty God” .

Alake, who delivered a special address, described Nigerians as Israelites in the land of Egypt, regretting that the country’s citizens “are living amidst adversaries.

He stressed, “We are now living in the midst of adversaries but we need the power of God to live above them and allow the Almighty God to rule in our dear nation”.

“As we prepare to elect new leaders come 2019, let us elect men who are God fearing,” he said.

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