The Change Makers Of Nigeria: Buhari, Osinbajo, Fashola, E.A Adeboye attend Thanksgiving Service together (photos)


The presidential can­didate of All
Pro­gressives Congress (APC), General Mu­hammadu Buhari rolled up to
yesterday’s Lagos state interdenominational thanksgiving service with his VP
candidate – Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Governor Babatunde Fashola, Governor
Rotimi Amaechi, Pastor Enoch Adeboye and other dignitaries.
The service was to mark the first
Sunday of 2015, and many people on social media having seen the pictures are
saying these are the change agents of Nigeria.
The service was presided over by the
General Overseer of the Re­deemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch
Adeboye. During his speech at the service General Buhari said he believed every
Nigerian should be free and secured to practice their different re­ligions.
See more photos below:


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  1. dnt these pple get tired of ruling…we need new hands biko…jonathan is still better for me @ least his government has enlightened nigerians ..we are no longer in d dark anymore..gen buhari shld give this a break already thought there was a time he said that he was no longer going 2 contest 4 elections ..y d come back??wat is his agenda??we nid new hands pls!

    1. And wat exactly has Jonathan done for Nigeria in 6 year u are so proud of?where is the light he promised? I dont get why people would rather stay suffering in corruption, unemployment, and hunger than to fight for change.smh.

  2. God give Nigeria true leaders who will rule with the fear of the Lord,for blessed is a nation whose King is the Lord. No more self serving looters and impostors. …..LAZMAN

    1. Change must come and its NOT jonathan o.He looks present and not sleep walking unlike goodluck.A president with a presence..Buhari 2015

  3. For d first time, I want to agree with dis 'change' of a thing, I can see light at d end of the tunnel for Nigeria!

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