Ekiti 2018: RCCG Sends Appreciation Letter To Fayose For Picking Deji Ogunsakin

*Ekiti 2018: RCCG sends Appreciation Letter to
Fayose for picking Deji Ogunsakin as Deputy
Governorship Candidate*

The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG),
has thanked Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti, for
choosing one their active members as the Deputy
Governorship candidate of the People’s
Democratic Party, PDP towards the Saturday 14
July 2018 Governorship election in Ekiti State.

The letter of appreciation was dated 2 July
2018/and signed by one Pastor Bayo Olugbemi
on behalf of Victory Parish (My Fathers’ House)
of RCCG in Magodo Lagos.

The church noted that Deji Ogunsakin was not
only a very active member, but a committed
worker in the church.

The RCCG letter may have put a lie to the initial
impression created by the Ekiti PDP that Mr.
Ogunsakin was a practising Muslim
Though born a Muslim Mr. Ogunsakin got
converted baptized into Christianity and has
since been a member of the RCCG family.

The letter reads in part: “Following the
selection of our member, Mr. Deji Ogunsakin, as
the PDP Deputy Governorship candidate for
Ekiti State by your Excellency, the entire
members and Pastorate of the RCCG, Victory
Chapel (My Father’s House), Magodo Lagos
appreciate the good gesture of the People’s
Governor, Dr. Peter Ayodele Fayose.”

“You will recall the church prayed earnestly
after Your Excellency consulted our parish
about your desire to choose our member and
your candid request for the Parish to do
background checks on brother Deji Ogunsakin.”
“It’s also pertinent to correct the impression
from some quarters in Ekiti that our brother,
though born by Moslem parentage, is not a
Moslem but a practicing Christian who gave his
life to Christ and was duly baptized according
to the doctrine of the Redeemed Christian
Church and as laid down by our General
Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye.”

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“This clarification became necessary to
safeguard the family of our brother, especially
his wife who feels the family faith and religious
association are being ridiculed because of
politics. She consequently appealed to our
church to put the records straight to the public
that herself, husband, Mr. Deji Ogunsakin and
children are not Moslems but Christians.”

Meanwhile, the Chief Imam of Ekiti State, Sheik
Jamiu Kewulere has urged some selected Muslim
clerics to organise a special prayer for the
success of Prof. Eleka and Deji Ogunsakin
towards the forthcoming governorship election
in the state.

A source who prefers anonymity said that the
Chief Imam asked them to organise the special
Islamic prayer for Deji Ogunsakin and forward
the video coverage of the prayer to him
separately.

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