Gani Adams Reflects On Life At 41


National Coordinator of the Oodua People’s Congress, OPC, Otunba Gani Adams has narrated his life’s experience, saying there were times when terror threatened to take his life.

Going down memory lane during a party organised to mark his 41st birthday at Grandeur Events Centre, Oregun, Ikeja, Adams thanked God for preserving his life and giving him the opportunity to witness the day.

“My experience as I traverse this wilderness called the earth has not been a bed of roses. Just like any other person, there were periods that twilight came in its darkest drape and I was hurt to the depth of my heart. These were periods I was forced to be like a broken vessel, when I heard the whispering of many terrors on every side as they schemed together against me. They conspired to take my life but I stood firmly and ensured my trust in the one that is greater and mightier in battle.

“When I reflect on the journey of my life in the last fourty-one years, appraise and evaluate both the prospects and challenges therein, I can joyfully open my mouth to praise the Almighty God, the redeemer of my soul, for the wonderful things He had graciously done for me. His righteousness, kindness, faithfulness, protection and divine favour towards me, my household and members of the OPC are awesome,” he stated.

The ceremony was graced by many traditional rulers, musicians, actors and actresses, journalists and members of the OPC.

—Ekene Obidike


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