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Reserve a Seat to Discuss Faith & Politics with Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Wale Adefarasin, Leke Alder & More this Weekend!

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FaithandPolitics - BellaNaija - March 2015
They say Politics is a dirty game, but the question is, if politics is left to the usual ‘dirty’ people, will Nigeria ever be ‘clean’? If righteous people do not get involved in politics, will wickedness not continue?

Join Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), APC’s Vice President candidate and the Senior Pastor of Olive Tree Parish, RCCG this weekend as they address the concerns Christians have about getting involved in politics.

Organised by Faith and Politics Nigeria, the event will feature other renowned speakers like Leke Alder (Alder Consulting), Pastor Wale Adefarasin (GLA), Bishop Mike Okonkwo (TREM) and Ayo Olowofoyeku (PDP House of Rep Candidate, Osun State).

Date: Sunday 22nd March 2015
Time: 5PM – 7PM
Venue: Landmark Centre, Plot 3/4 Water Corporation Road, Victoria Island, Lagos
Contact: Follow them on Twitter: @FaithPoliticsNG and follow the hashtag: #FaithAndPolitics

To attend, reserve a seat at www.faithandpolitics.ng. Limited seats available.

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    March 20, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    This is one complex discuss. I think the term “if those who have the fear of God sit back and do nothing”,wickedness will still prevail. Anyone can come out and profess their stance or belief but without the fear of God which constrains people from doing wrong,of what use is it? Christianity is a very personal walk & believe those who have been called into full time ministry ie pastors,should focus on that. There are a lot of Christians,not called into full time ministry that can and should go into politics if they so desire. The most important thing being their motive and honest desire to serve because going into politics is all about serving to make a difference,improve on already what is and not enriching their pockets doing nothing. It’s selfless service to God and the nation you represent.

  2. David Obieke

    March 22, 2015 at 7:52 am

    i wnt to be part of it..

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