The President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Bishop Wale Oke, has warned Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdul-Raman Abdulrasaq, against actions that could set the country on fire, while reacting to the hijab crisis in the state.
The PFN president also decried the tenure extension approved for the Inspector General of Police, Muhammed Adamu, while spekaing on Monday at the Cornerstone City, Ibadan, during the visit of the Ekiti and Ondo states chapters of the Fellowship, led by the duo of Bishop Clement Abifade and Bishop Joshua Opayinka.
‘I am appealing to Your Excellency, Mr Governor, to let the sleeping dog lie. Respect the tradition and feelings of others. Avoid divisive politics that can set this nation on fire. Bring everybody together; don’t force hijab on our people, they won’t back down. Your Excellency, stoop to conquer; stoop for peace, stoop for harmony,” Oke said.