President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday visited Bishop David Oyedepo’s Living Faith Church also known as Winners chapel, Ota, Ogun State, to seek prayers and support of church members ahead of his presidential election.
Jonathan’s visit to Winners’ Chapel marked the end of the church’s 21-day fasting and prayers, taking some of the worshippers by surprise.
Jonathan, who sought for prayers and support of the members waved to the congregation, saying he was there to thank members of the church for their prayers and support for the country.
The president also said he came to thank God for being considered by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to stand for re-election in the coming February 14 presidential election, urging the church members to continue to pray for him and the nation.
Jonathan thanked the church for their prayers for him and the country as whole, urging them to continue to pray for him and the nation.
Oyedepo who had asked members of the church to come along with their various Permanent Voters’ Cards (PVCs) to the church, prayed for the members with their PVCs, urging them to allow the will of God be done.