Wife of the governor-elect of Ogun State, Olufunsho Amosun has called on religious leaders across the state to pray for the success of her husband's administration.
She made the appeal while representing her husband at the second session of the 12th Synod of Egba Anglican Diocese held at the Diocese Multi-Purpose Hall, Bishop's Court, Onikolobo, Abeokuta at the weekend.
"I urge people and clerics of all religion to pray for my husband and stand by him," she said. "He cannot do it alone, we all have to do it together and no doubt we need prayer for the success to follow."
Mrs Amosun said on assumption of office, she would render herself completely to the service of the residents and citizens of the state, adding that she would perfectly cope with the challenges of the office.
"I think God created ladies or women in a special way, we have always had to manage the homefront as well, even in the kitchen, it is administrative work. Even for house wives, when the husband gives money for the kitchen, you have to know how to administer it on food, children needs and entertainment," she said. "So it is something that I believe, for women, it comes naturally to administer affairs and I pray to God that by His Grace, I shall do it successfully."
On whether, she would allow official cooks to take over the role of feeding her husband, she said, "if that is what come with the job, one will have to cope. There have been people before him, and there will be people after him."