BENIN—GOVERNOR Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State and Chief Tony Anenih, former Chairman, Board of Trustees of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, re-united in church, weekend, at the 10th anniversary of St Anthony’s Catholic Church, where the governor was given an award for his service to the church.

The governor, while noting the efforts of the church in nation building, said: “I believe that the fact that Nigerians live in relative peace and harmony despite the failings and weaknesses of political leadership at all levels, is due to the power of your intercession.

“We cannot thank you enough for your prayers and your support despite our weaknesses.”

He praised the Catholic Church for bringing people of different political persuasions together under one roof for the church programme.

He said: “Yesterday, I found myself sitting on the front row, and then I realised that most of those drivers and shakers of politics in Edo State, are all Catholics. That, for me, is revealing.

“For me, the church has caused all of us to reunite in the state. So, I reunite with my daddy, Chief Anenih and several other PDP leaders and All Progressives Congress, APC, leaders. The Catholic Church brought together the national Chairman of APC sitting side-by-side with the national leader of PDP.

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