The General Superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor Williams Folorunso Kumuyi, was in Ado Ekiti on Saturday night where he met with Governor Ayodele Fayose, after a brief interaction with the media.
Pastor Kumuyi had told newsmen before a meeting with the governor that he was in Ekiti State for a one-day crusade he said was geared towards bringing a refreshing time to God’s people.
He said the people were assured that a time of divine refreshment and victory had come, saying “we thank God for the progress that has come to the state” since Governor Fayose assumed office.
The cleric said “We know that in every government where things are active and dynamic, there would be some challenges here and there. We know that God is in control and He would give victory to his people in Jesus name. We have come to the state for the whole people not only for the branch of our church and it is going to be a refreshing time for all who partake.
“The governor himself has been so nice to us. Once the blessings start from the number one citizen in the state, it flows to the rest of the people of the state. And it is a great blessing we have brought to Ado-Ekiti here.”
Speaking on the visit, Fayose extolled the virtues of Pastor Kumuyi, whom he described as “a man who stands for and with God,” and added that “we are very happy to have you in the state at this time. We know what God does through you and the church. We know that now that you’re here the yoke on our people would be broken and when the state is at peace, the governor too will be at peace.”
The governor said “Pastor Kumuyi carries God’s blessings and he is here to bless the state. I know what his church represents. For him to be here in Ekiti, it is a rare privilege for people like me and for the state. So, we are happy that the pastor is here.”