I would’nt have contested for second term if not for Pastor Adeboye -Gov Ortom

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The Governor of Benue state, Samuel Ortom has revealed that he would have quit his second term bid if not for the encouragement he have gotten fromvthe General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye.

Gov. Ortom made this known over weekend during the church’s monthly Holy Ghost Service (vigil) at Km 46 Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

He said that he came to testify to the supremacy of God and to thank Adeboye for the supportive roles he played when he wanted to contest in 2014, as well as the just-concluded general election.

He said:

“When I wanted to contest for the 2015 election, I came to the Redemption Camp to pray and I went to Daddy and Mummy G.O. They prayed for me with all the challenges that accompanied the race, I became the governor and I was sworn in.

“In 2017, challenges came over me and I said I was not going to contest again in 2019, let me remain a one–term governor. The following day during my devotion, God told me why do I decided to be a lone ranger and I decided to consult God and God told me He is the first and the last, the beginning and the end, the Alpha and the Omega.

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“I picked up the courage, came to the altar and Daddy G. O. again, he prayed for me.

“But so many challenges came as we went through the race and there was this particular day before the election that G. O called me when I was completely depressed and did not know what to do.

“After the prayer, we were encouraged again, and went through the race, with all the challenges, God saw me through and I was elected the Governor of Benue state again. Praise be to the Lord.”

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