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Reinhard Bonnke launches social media platform for Nigeria crusade


Reinhard Bonnke

Renowned International Evangelist and founder of the Christ For All Nations (CFAN) ministries, Reihnard Bonnke, yesterday launched a social media platform for the forthcoming crusade in Lagos.

The crusade is tagged: Reinhard Bonnke’s Farewell Gospel Crusade and Passing the Burning Torch Conference in Africa”.

Bonnke was said to have been directed by God to come to Africa and Lagos specifically on a mission to rekindle the dwindling spiritual fire on the continent’s Christian pulpits, address the general despair that has led to ritual killings, kidnappings, armed robberies, drug abuse, rape, and win fresh souls to Christ.


Executive Director, of CFAN, Africa, Reverend John Darku, said: “To reach the crowd that God intends to bring unto Himself at the fire crusade, we must go beyond the conventional means. We are determined to reach the youths, who are the future of any nation, and we have decided to meet this highly mobile audience in their comfort zone-on the social media”.

“We have created a website, that will provide information about the crusade and Bonnke. There will be update of news about the crusade on a minute-by-minute basis”.

“There will be live streaming of events at the crusade, opportunity for submission of prayer requests, a newsletter, photo and video gallery that holds archives of the Bonnke’s Christ for All Nations mission, and ample opportunities for free downloads of messages and books.”

Darku also revealed that other social media handlers will be employed for the crusade as Facebook: Cfan Nigeria; Twitter: @CfanNigeria; Instagram: Cfan Nigeria and email: where people can send in their prayer requests, comments, questions and others.

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