22 February 2018

Nigeria: Ukpai, Emma Isong, Zilly Aggrey, Others for Enugu Miracle Convention

The President of Uma Ukpai Evangelistic Association Incorporated, Rev. Dr. Uma Ukpai alongside with Bishop Emmah Gospel Isong, Rev. Ntia I. Ntia, Apostle Prince Zilly Aggrey and Rev. Amb. Don Odunze will minister at the 2018, Enugu Miracle Convention.

The Enugu Miracle Convention with the theme 'Overtaking the World with the Word' will begin from March 4 to 11, 2018 at the Newspring Christian Redemption Church World-wide, Headquarters. This will hold at 8 Moses Ogbodo Street Topland Amechi Road Enugu in Enugu State.

According to the General Overseer and Senior Pastor, Rev. Amb. Chimaobi Aninwene, the theme was informed by the need to stir up a revival in the body of Christ and in our nation Nigeria. Adding that the crop of speakers lined up for the miracle convention were carefully chosen because of the grace of God upon them and also to bring about the revival in the church and a revolution in our nation Nigeria.

During the seven-day miracle convention, with morning services starting from 8 a.m. and evening services starting from 5 p.m., Paul Nwokocha, Samuel Anya, Chinyere Udoma, Gozie Okeke and Chika (Abel C) are to minister in songs alongside the Redemption voices.

Rev. Amb. Chimaobi and Pastor (Mrs.) Rose Aninwene are the Chief Hosts.


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