Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria Inaugurates New Excos


November 21, (THEWILL) – The Youth wing of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Eti Osa Province, Lagos state, has today inaugurated its newly commissioned executive members. The event which was largely attended by both members and friends of the province, held Thursday, at Miraclebreed Church, Eti Osa Local Government Area.

While delivering sermon at the event, with the theme: “Stronger together”, the Bishop of Miraclebreed Church, Femi Soneye, charged the the new excos to be cautious and esteem one another.

On the sideline, while granting interviews with newsmen, Soneye charged the newly inaugurated youth leaders to work together to realise a uniformed goal.

On his part, the newly elected Province Youth Director, Joel Obikoru, while granting interview to journalists, said that the new executive members would use the platform to provide opportunities for Nigerian youths in realising their dreams, be it singing or acting. He also urged Nigerian youths to get their Permanent Voter Cards, to enable them vote in a credible candidate come 2023.

“What happened today is like a platform for us to work, if we don’t do this, we won’t be able to operate.

“We all know that Nigeria is having leadership issues. So one of the things we won’t be playing with, we want to have so many people in politics, conquer the mountain of education, sports and mountain of religion, which is the church we are called into. Also the mountain of entertainment. We have many of our youths, who feel that the church is not supporting them. We are here to support them through this platform.

“I want to advice every youth to grab his or her PVC. If you don’t have a PVC, you’re the enemy of this country and the body of Christ. Like in my church, I am setting up for INEC to come, so people can register and obtain their PVCs. So every youth in Nigeria should grab their PVCs and vote the right candidate come 2023.”

On his part, the newly inaugurated Director of Sports, Eti Osa province and Youth Leader, Ajah chapter, said “the youths today are gradually losing their sense of belonging in the society, when the youths are meant to be trained as leaders of tomorrow.

“Our youths should be encouraged and prepared for their task of the future. So many Nigerian youths are swayed into making money rather than preparing for their tasks as future leaders.

“Our country is being led by leaders at the age of 80, we want to bring back that awareness by equipping Nigerian youths to be leaders of tomorrow, by repositioning them through workshops and seminars for youths all over the country.”


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Publish date : 2022-06-23 21:55:18

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