The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has hailed Vice President Yemi Osinbajo as an Ambassador of the Christian community whose role in the Nigerian polity is well appreciated.
PFN conveyed this in a statement signed by its National President, Rev. Felix Omobude to celebrate Osinbajo’s 63rd birthday.
The fellowship thanked God for his life and the indelible contributions he is making to the development of the nation and the church in Nigeria.
In the Sunday statement, PFN described the vice president as an Ambassador for the Christian community, who is presently on national assignment.
“We are proud of how he has continued to discharge his duties with the sense of humility, wisdom and dignity required of such high office.
“We appreciate the grace of God upon his life and the work he is doing for our nation.
“Our prayer for him is that he will continue to stand strong to the true dictates and tenets of the faith.
“He would not be lacking in terms of vision and courage to stay true to his beliefs,” Omobude said.
According to him, the fellowship wishes him many more years, in good health and vitality, and greater impact in his service to fatherland, now and in the future.
Osinbajo, who hails from Ogun State, was born on March 8, 1957, in Lagos.