By Funmi Adekoya

The Christian body in Osun under the umbrella of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Osun State chapter has called for the reintroduction of Christian Religious Studies, CRS, in the schools’ curriculum in the State noting that it would help in teaching the students the way of God.

The body equally enjoined the government to employ more youths in the civil service to save them from committing avoidable crimes.

The Chairman, Osun State CAN, Reverend John Adeleke stated this when he led members of the association on a courtesy visit to the Governor in his office, State Secretariat, Abere.

Reverend Adeleke, described the State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke as God sent with his numerous achievements within his few months in office, stressed that the Governor’s achievements in all sectors is unprecedented like prompt payment of workers’ salaries, and social infrastructure, among others. 

He urged the government to involve the body on any matter that concerns Christians, including sponsorship of holy pilgrimage, as well as appeal to the governor to resuscitate the subvention given to the Association to enable them to carry out some obligations among others.

He pledged their support to the present administration through prayers for a successful tenure.

Responding, Governor Ademola Adeleke appreciated the body for their support through prayers, noting that their fervent prayers had sustained him to remain in office as the Governor.

The Governor who attributed his all-around victory to his unrelenting praises to God said, he is determined to serve the State and bring it to the limelight among other States of the federation.

Governor Adeleke, therefore, pledged to complete the electrification of the State within the next two years and promised to support the CAN and assent to their request as time goes by.

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