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Your Associates ‘ll Betray You – Osun Traditionalists Tell Adeleke

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OSOGBO – Traditionalists in Osun State have warned the State Governor, Ademola Adeleke to be wary of counsel from his aides and associates, saying some of them are working to ensure his failure.

Revealing the message of the Ifa oracle at the 2024 traditional prayer session held at the parking lot of the governor’s office, Vice President, Traditional Religion Worshippers Association, TRAWSO, Fagbenle Adedayo, urged the governor to be wary of those working with him and still nursing envy against him.

He added that Ifa also charged the governor to give women in the state, either in politics or socioeconomic sectors, adequate attention in a bid to ensure prosperity in the state.

“Ifa says some politicians or associates of Mr. Governor would be embarrassed by his successes and see that as a way to second term in office. They will not be comfortable with his strides and therefore offer him ill advice.

“They will deliberately make him take decisions that will jeopardize the good work done so far. He will now be left alone to face the wrath of the masses. The plot is to expose him as the wonder Governor who has failed. There is a lot of envy from within and not only from opposition.

“This is the umpteenth time that Ifa is advising all to respect women and give women space and a say in all that we do. Osun state belongs to women, our prosperity, success and longevity arches on how well we take care of the women in our lives, establishments and government.

“Women must also not be intoxicated by this role given to them by God, as it is divine. Women who use the opportunity well will reap accordingly and their generations will benefit from such legacy”, He said.

Earlier, TRAWSO’s President, Dr Oluseyi Atanda urged different religion practitioners in the state to make tolerance their watchword.

Addressing the adherents, Osun Deputy Governor, Kola Adewusi said the present administration is committed to ensure religious harmony among people of different faith in the state, urging the federal government to recognise traditional religion practitioners as practice in Osun.

“Religious tolerance is important. It should start from the top because if there is any problem, the religion leaders usually caused it.

“We have to respect the faith of othe people. We all have people committed to different religions in our families, if you now choose another religion because of exposure, face it and stop abusing other religions”, he added.

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