Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church, headquarters, Minna, Niger state says it is ready to support and work closely with the administration of Governor Mohammed Umar Bago to ensure that the dream of his New Niger Agenda becomes a reality.
Bloc leader Organisation of African Instituted Churches,(OAIC) and Senior Special Assistant to the Niger state Governor on Religious Matter, Special Apostle Wole Masadomi stated this in his remarks during the assumption of office of the Director General Bureau for Religious Affairs Imam Umar Farooq Abdullahi in Minna.
Apostle Wole Mosadomi maintained that Niger state Governor has matched his words with action of providing an all inclusive government that comprises of people from various religious faiths in addition to injecting technocrats in strategic field of endeavors to fast track its speedy development.
He however expressed shock over his appointment as SSA to the Niger state Governor on Religious Matter even though he was born in Minna Niger state sixty six years ago but it is on record that his family originated from Osun state and as such much more overwhelmed with such appointment.
This singular act according to him will spur him to do more by contributing positively to the growth and development of Niger state towards justifying the confidence reposed on him.
Apostle Wole Mosadomi who went down memory lane recalled with nostalgia that during his childhood days in Minna both on Sallah and Christmas celebrations Muslims and Christians celebrated together freely as one family.
He said he will do his best to ensure that such good old days are revived in addition to the promotion of religious harmony needed to propel the attainment of much needed development of Niger state and Nigeria since peace remains the pre requisite for any meaningful development.
Apostle Wole Mosadomi had before now worked with the state owned media outfit the Radio Niger he also served as a player with the state darling team Niger Tornadoes of Minna and currently the state Correspondent of Vanguard Newspapers.
Report by Lawal Wali suleja.