The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria
(PFN) has enjoined all Nigerians to emulate the presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission, Mike Okonkwo, for his undiluted love for Nigeria and detribalised disposition towards every Nigerian. Speaking at a thanksgiving service held yesterday in honour of Mr Okonkwo, who is a Trustee, member of the National Advisory Council and former National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria on his 76th birthday, Francis Oke, who is the current national president, described Mr Okonkwo as a global icon, and a true father with the heart of a good shepherd. He saluted him as a worthy example to Nigerians on multiple fronts: an exemplary patriot, peace-maker, voice of grace and a man of impeccable integrity.
Leading a delegation of Pentecostal leaders in Nigeria, which included the National Vice President, South West, John Osa-Oni, the Lagos State Chairman, Enyinnaya Okwuonu, the General Overseer, GOFAMINT, Emmanuel Oluwayemi, Alex Bamgbola, Tunde Akin-Akinsanya, among others, to celebrate Mr Okonkwo, Mr Oke reiterated the need for people to imbibe the culture of celebrating icons and leaders while still alive…
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