Daily Trust (Abuja)

25 November 2012

Nigeria: Good Tidings Church Opens Auditorium

Good Tidings Church will this morning open its worship place called Kingdom Centre in Utako, Abuja.

The 10,000 capacity ultra-modern auditorium will be dedication to God by the president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor.

Apart from the church building dedication, activities for the church's annual conference will be rounded off, chairman, organising committee, Mr Awobajo Soga said.

The gathering called Kingdom Power Conference which started last Wednesday was for training of ministers of God.

It had the theme A New Beginning.

Church leaders like Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Dayspring Christian Centre, Lagos; Pastor Amos Fenwa of Holy Ghost Christian Centre, Lagos; and Pastor Segun Kingsley of House of David, RCGG, London have been present for the dual event.

The church is thanking God for doing "wondrous things in our lives as a ministry and people since inception" Soga said adding that the church prays and seeks God's intervention in the myriads of problems confronting Nigeria.

He said, "praises and worship will be offered [today] for the unity, peace, prosperity and preservation of this great country."

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