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Warri hosts Nativity drama to mark Jesus’ birth


 Members of the drama group

Members of the drama group

The oil-rich city of Warri, Delta State, will today, tomorrow and Friday host an epic drama tagged Nativity to mark the birth of Jesus Christ at the magnificent 4,000-capacity arena of the Father’s House Church, according to the Founding Pastor, Richmond Leigh. It will end on December 30 and December 31 with the Jesus mega party.

It will feature over 250 seasoned casts and the purpose is “to build up the spiritual atmosphere in Warri and its environs to counter the negative opinions about the town.”

“We are reminding the people that Jesus was born over 2000 years ago and we want to invite the Holy Spirit to fill this town so that men’s life will change,” he said.

Leigh also advised political leaders in Nigeria to fear God, saying “ there is recession in Nigeria because political leaders don’t seek the face of God.”

He also has a word of caution for his colleagues in the business of winning souls for Christ advising them to stop mixing Christianity with business saying that the church has no business with running schools and banks.

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