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Yemi Osinbajo Is An Ambassador For The Christian Community – PFN

Yemi Osinbajo

Yemi Osinbajo

The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has hailed the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on the 63rd birthday.

The National President, PFN, Rev. Felix Omobude in a recent statement today described the VP as an Ambassador for the Christian community, who is presently on national assignment.

According to him, PFN is proud of how he has discharged his duties with a sense of humility, wisdom and dignity.

He added that they will keep praying for him to continue standing strong to the true dictates and tenets of the faith.

His words, “We are proud of how he has continued to discharge his duties with the sense of humility, wisdom and dignity required of such high office.

“We appreciate the grace of God upon his life and the work he is doing for our nation.

“Our prayer for him is that he will continue to stand strong to the true dictates and tenets of the faith.

“He would not be lacking in terms of vision and courage to stay true to his beliefs.”

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Oluyemi Oluleke “Yemi” Osinbajo GCON (born 8 March 1957) is a Nigerian politician and a lawyer, who is the current Vice President of Nigeria, in office since 29 May 2015. He is also a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Professor of Law and until his inauguration as Vice President, a Senior Partner with SimmonsCooper Partners, a commercial law practice.

Yemi Osinbajo SAN, GCON was born into the family of Opeoluwa Osinbajo on 8 March 1957, Creek Hospital, Lagos. Osinbajo is married to Dolapo (née Soyode) Osinbajo, a granddaughter of Obafemi Awolowo. They have three children – two daughters, Damilola, Kanyinsola and a son, Fiyinfoluwa Osinbajo.

In October 2019, Osinbajo criticized the government’s proposed social media regulations, stating he did “not think that government. regulation is necessarily the way to go.” Instead, he asked citizens to take more active steps to police social media. He stated that citizens and leaders, both political and religious, “owe a responsibility to our society and to everyone else, to ensure that we don’t allow it to become an instrument” of war. He also warned people against using social media to spread “religious disinformation”, which could lead to conflict and war.

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