Akeredolu breaks fast with muslims, seeks end to insecurity

Ondo State Governor,  Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has called for fervent prayers against the challenges of insecurity, banditry and kidnapping bedeviling the country.

Governor Akeredolu also urged the people to seek God’s intervention as the nation prepares for the 2023 Presidential election.

He  added that the country needs God’s choice.

He disclosed that the challenges of insecurity in the country are being exacerbated at a time the country is looking forward to having hitch-free year 2023 general elections.

Governor stressed that the country will surely overcome these challenges in no distant time with fervent prayers to the Almighty Allah.


Governor Akeredolu spoke on Sunday during the annual “Iftar With Mr. Governor” held at the International Culture and Events Centre, (The Dome), Akure, the state capital where he broke fast with Muslims in the state.

The Grand Mufti of Ondo State, Sheikh Batuta, who delivered lecture entitled, “Decision” charged the gathering to always have good plans and decisions for a better tomorrow.

The Governor described the Ramadan period as a time of sober reflection with a view of drawing closer to Almighty Allah.

“The Ramadan period involves purification through fasting, abstinence as well as an opportunity to seek forgiveness and blessings from Almighty Allah. It is undoubtedly a time to put at bay self-seeking attitude with a view to attaining spiritual growth through display of acts of kindness and generosity.