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Monarch extols Margaret Idahosa’s virtues


Margaret Idahosa

The Archbishop of Church of God Mission International (CGMI), Margaret Benson Idahosa, has been described as a role model to many in the preaching of the gospel.

The traditional ruler of Ugbegun, Samuel Iwuno Obade II, the Enogie of Ugbegun, at the weekend, made the remark while playing host to the cleric in his palace at Ugbegun in Esan Central Local Government Area of Edo State.

According to him, “you have taught your followers the good character because this is an example of good leadership in the Church of God Mission.”

The traditional ruler expressed the hope that her visit to his palace will usher in numerous blessings to the people of the community.

In her response, Idahosa said she was in the palace to intimate him of the commissioning of an ultra modern headquarters of the church in his community and to also pray with him for God’s blessings and wisdom to lead his people.

The host pastor of CGMI, Rev. E.D. Olopele, said the dedication of the church building was historical because the day marked the year the Church of God Mission is celebrating her 50th anniversary while it also marked the 20th year of Archbishop Margret Benson Idahosa’s ordination as a bishop of the church after the demise of her husband, Archbishop Benson Idahosa.

The Zonal Coordinator, Rev. G. O. C Nkem, thanked those who have laboured to ensure that the building of the church became a reality, even as Rev. Matthew Okpebholo called on all believers to always support the development of the work of God in cash and in kind adding that no one ever supported the growth of kingdom work and remained the same.

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