7 December 2012

Nigeria: Wale Oke Storms Vanguard for End of Year Service

The 12th edition of Vanguard Media Christian Fellowship end-of-year thanksgiving and prayer conference is scheduled for Wednesday, December 12 at the corporate headquarters of the company in Apapa,Lagos.

The National Vice President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, PFN, in charge of South West Region, Bishop Francis Wale Oke has graciously accepted to be the guest speaker at this year's event.

A statement by the co-coordinator of Vanguard Media Christian Fellowship, Elder Emmanuel Obuh says the theme of this year's thanksgiving/prayer service is: 'The Change: From Glory to Glory' with inspiration from II Corinthians 3:18. According to him, the programme scheduled for 12 noon at the company's premises is expected to feature choir ministration, special prayer sessions for the management and staff of the company.

It will be recalled that the Fellowship holds an annual spiritual revival with eminent clergymen ministering at the occasion. Last year, the National president of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor was the guest speaker while the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye preached at the 2010 edition.

Others who had ministered included the General Overseer of Soul Winning Chapel, Ebute Metta, Rev. Moses Iloh, president/founder of Strong Tower Mission, proprietors of Little Saints Orphanages, Rev. (Mrs.) Dele George, Senior pastor of House on the Rock, Pastor Paul Adefarasin and many other ministers of the gospel.

While Pastor Adeboye described Vanguard as one of three Nigerian newspapers he takes delight in reading, Pastor Oritsejafor was very emphatic, saying that Vanguard--the best read newspaper in the country was his number one choice.

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