Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) says Nigeria will come out better, stronger in spite of challenges presently bedeviling it.
Written by News Room on February 12, 2022
The National President of PFN, Bishop Francis Wale-Oke, who made the assertion at the 12th Edition of the Independent Newspapers Ltd. Thanksgiving Service in Lagos on Friday, urged Nigerians to be hopeful and strong.
He charged leaders and government at all levels to do away with greed, while asking the people to profess good tidings for self and society in order for such to be accomplished both in the spirit and physical realm.
The Gospel preacher commended the firm for referencing God in their business pursuit and prayed for the growth of the company and staff.
He said Nigeria was blessed with abundance of both natural and human resources.
The PFN president, who was the Guest Preacher for the event, was represented by Archbishop Joseph Imariba-Ojo, General Overseer, Calvary Kingdom Church, Okokomaiko, Lagos.