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GCMN, campus ministry, marks 50th Anniversary with medical outreaches


Great Commission Movement of Nigeria (GCMN)

The Great Commission Movement of Nigeria (GCMN), an evangelism ministry, established in 1969 at the University of Lagos by Reverend Yemi and Sue Ladipo, has rolled out plans to mark its 50th anniversary.
Director, Leadership Impact Nigeria, Engr. Lepan Tyoden said: “The event will feature stories of God’s faithfulness in GCMN in the last 50 years covering various strategies of the ministry, display of GCMN ministry materials and mission exhibition.” 
He said the organisation with presence in over 86 campuses in Nigeria, has translated Jesus Fame, a documentary into 147 languages in Nigeria and 1700 globally.


Director of Missions, Paul Adejo said that the organisation has earmarked different activities to mark the celebration.

He said: “In Lagos, at 40 Town Planning Way, Ilupeju, on the 20th of February, there would be Open House/Vision Casting, Church Leadership conference on the 21st, Medical outreach and dinner and discussion on our roles in transformation on the 22nd and a thanksgiving service at the University of Lagos. Also, we are having our thanksgiving in Abuja on the 25th of this month.”

Director, GCMN, Reverend Ambrose Massaquoi said: “As election approaches, Christians should discharge their civic duties because it is their right and also that is where they get to choose who their leaders are.”


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