Moving Nigeria to a mono religious society is dangerous.
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) October 11, 2017
Parents stop pitching religion to your children.
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) September 26, 2017
What kind of God needs an army of men?
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) September 14, 2017
Should churches be paying corporate taxes?
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) August 29, 2017
”Return My Sisters Money” – Angry Nigerian Lady Has A Strong Worded Message For Pastor EA Adeboye
Courtesy Gossip Mill Nigeria.
Nigerians are still stuck on using miracles to prove truths thats why the concept of Jesus works so perfectly in Nigeria..
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) July 31, 2017
More people than the media will lead you to believe in Nigeria are fed up with religion but not enough to elect an athirst President. – @OgbeniAyotunde
I sincerely rejoice with all Nigerians especially the Muslim faithful on yet another Eid-el-Kabir, which is both a period of sacrifice and obedience to divine guidance and a time to share our resources with our neighbours no matter how little.
It is also a call on all of us to love one another, eschew all forms of violence, adhere strictly to the noble tenets of Islam and peaceful coexistence. We must not relent in being our brothers’ keeper and playing our part to achieve the New Nigeria of our dreams.
— Bukola Saraki (@bukolasaraki) September 11, 2016
Truly, times are tough, but we are a tough people too. Therefore, I have no doubt that we shall overcome our present economic setback sooner than anticipated, if we all commit to the ideals of nation building.
I also enjoin everyone of us to contribute in strengthening the bond of unity and oneness that exists among us. This, I believe, will spur us to avoid negative tendencies that could derail our efforts at ensuring faster economic revival and socio-political stability.
Special Adviser (Media and Publicity) to the Senate President