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Girls apostolic ministry of all nations celebrate holy ghost ball

By Isaac Taiwo   |   07 January 2017   |   3:01 am

Girls of the ministry during their singing ministration

Girls of the ministry during their singing ministration

Celebration of an end-of-year Holy Ghost Ball by The Girls Apostolic Ministry of All Nations took place at Jesus Evangelical Assembly recently, where invitees were treated to various ministrations in music ranging from classical to contemporary and art music.

It was another opportunity for the convener, Evangelist Temilolu Okeowo to throw light into the benefits embedded in girls refusing to join the multitude of young ones these days living immoral life, in her exhortation on how and why girls should live a life of purity.

The message was backed up by soul touching music which turned the night to another day of celebration of godly virtues in womanhood.At the event were Archbishop George Amu, the Senior Pastor, Jesus Evangelical Assembly, Rev. David Esosa Ize-Iyamu, former Deputy Governor, Lagos State, Princess Sarah Sosan, Iya-Oge of Lagos, Chief Mrs. Opral Benson and Saturday Editor, Punch, Mrs. Bisi Deji-Folutile.


Girls Apostolic Ministry of All Nations is a non-denominational and non-governmental organization for girls, mentoring and tutoring them on how to live pure and chaste life in a ‘crooked world’ and developing their spiritual intelligence in order to live a balanced life.

The founder, a multiple newspaper columnist, Evangelist Temilolu Okeowo, who wished to be simply known as the “Head Girl,” expresses her deep passion as to raising a godly generation of girls in this age that promiscuity is openly celebrated on the pages of newspapers.


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