Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State (R), felicitating with members of the press, shortly after an end of year media parley, at the Governor’s conference Room, Government House, Yenagoa
GOV DICKSON CALLS FOR PRAYERS AGAINST DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES FACED BY STATE AND COUNTRY; URGES ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN BAYELSA TO OBTAIN THEIR PVCs.
Governor Seriake Dickson has again urged Bayelsans to pray for the leaders of the state and the Dr. Goodluck Jonathan led federal government to overcome the difficult circumstances the administration is going through.
The state Chief executive made the call Monday in his message to Bayelsans at the last edition of the State’s monthly praise night at the King of Glory Chapel, Government House, Yenagoa.
Governor Dickson opined that, President Goodluck Jonathan will emerge victorious at the 2015 elections, because of his score card and credibility.
“With constant prayers from Bayelsans and leaders at all levels, he would emerge victorious, because God answers prayers”.
“I wish all Bayelsans Merry Christmas and a prosperous crises-free 2015; there will be security and peace across the land”.
Prophesying, he said “there will be unprecedented progress and development in the land of Bayelsa in the New Year”.
“I thank God for his mercies for the state, the crises-free election and tremendous level of infrastructural development across the state”
Governor Dickson was full of praises for the PDP in Bayelsa State for conducting rancor free party primaries, noting that there was no victor no vanquished.
The Governor used the occasion to renew his call on all registered voters across the State to collect their permanent voters cards, disclosing that over 75% of voters have already collected their PVCs.
Earlier, in his sermon titled “the power of praise for divine turn around” Chairman of the Bayelsa State chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Most Rev. Israel Ege, admonished Bayelsans to fear God and praise Him as that will turn around every nagative situation the state is going through.
High point of the praise night was the offer of prayers for the peace and security of the state and the Country as well as songs and praise ministrations from the King of Glory Chapel choir.