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In a remarkable display of humility that resonates deeply, Governor Alia of Benue State has once again set a precedent that transcends mere political office. His recent gesture at the Thanksgiving Mass, hosted in his honor by the Catholic Men Organization (CMO) of St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Gboko, speaks volumes of his character and commitment to service.

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Picture this: a council chairman, not merely attending, but kneeling in reverence before a newly ordained priest for communion. Such acts are rare, but for Governor Alia, they are a testament to his profound humility, a quality so often absent in positions of power.

Governor Alia, ordained as Rev. Fr. Dr. Hyacinth Iormem Alia, has consistently embodied humility despite his gubernatorial stature. His actions have solidified the belief among the people of Benue that his leadership is divinely inspired, a catalyst for the revival of the state’s spirit.

At the heart of the ceremony, on Sunday, June 30, 2024, Governor Alia knelt humbly before Rev. Fr. Biem, newly ordained into the priesthood, offering prayers that resonated with sincerity and grace. This moment not only marked a personal connection but underscored Governor Alia’s unwavering support for the clergy and his deep respect for the sacred rites of his faith.

In an era often clouded by self-aggrandizement and political posturing, Governor Alia’s actions remind us of the power of humility and the enduring impact of genuine leadership. As Benue State navigates its future under his stewardship, Governor Alia’s example serves as a guiding light, illuminating a path where service and humility converge for the gre ater good.

By RemmyTex

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