The situation maybe threatening but we wonâ€™t be consumed
Despite the killings and kidnappings, he announced that there would be light at the end of the tunnel.
will emerge amid the escalating security problems, likening it to the
apparently chaotic scrotum of an adult ram that dangles in every
direction but drops to the bottom.
During a valedictory and
commendation service for Rev Dr. Samson Ayokunle, the retiring President
of the Nigerian Baptist Convention (NBC), the elder statesman spoke
words of comfort.
Ogun Governor Dapo Abiodun, his counterpart in Oyo, Seyi Makinde, and
Senator Ishaku Abbo (Adamawa North).
Nigeria will overcome all of its current issues, according to the ex-President, who is a member of the Baptist Church.
praised Ayokunle for his meritorious service to the church, which held
its 108th session at the Baptist International Conference Centre,
Lufuwape Town, on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
â€œWhen I was coming here, I didnâ€™t intend to make a speech.
And you will see that unlike my two brothers (referring to Governors
Abiodun and Makinde), I donâ€™t have anything to read.
â€œIf you have brothers like this, do you have anything to fear? So, I
told them to make speech and I have come to concur. So, I concur
â€œBut having concurred, if I donâ€™t say more than that, you will leave here and say â€˜Obasanjo is I concur.â€™
â€œIs that good enough? My two brothers talked about the situation we
are in (insecurity). You know, Iâ€™m an incurable optimist about a number
of things but particularly about Nigeria.
â€œEpon agbo wa n fi ni, koni ja (The situation maybe threatening but
we wonâ€™t be consumed. There will be light at the end of the tunnel).â€