Pentecostal President Calls for Day of Prayer for Nigeria

ICC Note

The National president of Pentecostal Fellow-ship of Nigeria (PFN), Rev. Felix Omobude called on all Christians in Nigeria to use the 57th independence day of Nigeria as a day to pray for peace and unity to come to the nation. Nigeria was granted its full independence on October 1, 1960. In recent years however, the country has been dealing with more violence and strife than it had for many years. With Boko Haram causing chaos in the North, Fulani militants attacks in the Middle Regions, and the Independent People of Biafra’s call for secession in the south, Nigeria is struggling to find peace and unity. We pray right alongside Rev. Omobude, that Nigeria will find a way to continue and grow together as a nation. 

 

2017-10-04 Nigeria (Vanguard) NATIONAL president of Pentecostal Fellow-ship of Nigeria (PFN), Rev. Felix Omobude has directed all leaders in the Pentecostal community to use the occasion of the 57th independence anniversary, to lead their congregations in prayers for the nation and leaders at all levels of government.

According to a release signed by Simbo Olorunfemi, Director, Media and Public Relations to the National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Dr. Omobude also urged the leaders to appeal to their members on the need to be patriotic at all times and join hands together in affirmation of the unity of Nigeria.

“We congratulate President Muhammadu Buhari and all Nigerians on the 57th Anniversary of Nigeria as an independent nation. Whatever the challenges we face as a nation, there is every assurance that we shall overcome as a people. We are confident that our past or present circumstances cannot hold us down as a nation, but will only usher in a better tomorrow for the country and all Nigerians,” he said.

 

 

 

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