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Sen Iyiola Omisore may be next Gov of Osun State- Cleric

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As the year 2019 is rolling to an end, a Christian cleric,  Amb. Rev. Dr. Olayiwola Mercy of  Divine Universal Churches Of Christ International, Idi Mango, Oke Ata Abeokuta, Ogun State, has predicted that the next governorship election in Osun State will witness total transformation as the next person to govern the State of living spring may be from the camp of Senator Iyiola Omisore. 
According to Rev Olayiwola Mercy, the prediction he received from God is that God "had given Osun State to Omisore camp.  I am not saying Omisore in particular,  but if he is interested in contesting as Governor of Osun,  he will win". 

He revealed further that if Senator Omisore should "support any candidate,  such candidate is going to win. God has given Omisore camp Osun State,  if Omisore is interested in contesting as governor,  he is going to win".

"All those interested in contesting against Omisore camp should jettison the idea. What God also told me is that Omisore camp should fast for Seven days, after which they should look for a true man of God that will go along them in fasting and prayer. If they did this, they will have no problem in achieving their ambition".

Speaking on the doctrine of restitution,  the firebrand minister of God  condemned in its entirety the spirit of restitution without following the directive of God. 

He said those making restitution that their past experiences have affected others,  may be doing it contrary to what God really prescribed.

Quoting relevant biblical verses, Amb Rev Olayiwola said any believer that had repented from his sins need not opened the healed wound again, hence he may be doing it out of selfish interest.

He also spoke against some high profiled Christian clerics that have turned to politicians to retrace their steps as their end may be disastrous.

He said rather for them to reprimand these politicians when they go wrong, they have turned many of their programmes into endorsing their activities.