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CCC wonderland parish celebrates 25th anniversary, cautions against sale of votes


The Assistant Superintendent Evangelist Okanlawon Adeboyeku of Celestial Church of Christ (CCC), Wonderland Parish, Iyana Ipaja, Lagos has called on Nigerians to go out and vote for people whose track records show they would not be corrupt when voted into office.

Speaking to The Guardian about his church’s 25th anniversary, which starts from February 2 to 10, the cleric warned against sale of votes, saying the Permanent Voter Card (PVC) is a vital power for the people to vote credible people.

Highlighting some of the programmes planned for the event, Adeboyeku explained that the one-week event with the theme: ‘I Am That I Am’ is to show how God has seen the church, members and the pastorate through thick and thin for the past 25 years.

While stressing that people should shun violence and anything that could disrupt the peace being enjoyed in the country, the cleric noted that no matter where people run to for safety during crisis, it could never be like home.He noted that Nigeria would be great again, irrespective of what the country is passing through; adding that Nigerians should not truncate the good things the Almighty God has for the country.

He said: “I strongly believe in the Nigeria project and irrespective of what we are passing through, the country will be great again. So, we gather at the beginning of the year to seek God’s face in prayers with regard to our members, the church and the country. I am rest assured that the election will be peaceful.” Some of the guest artistes expected for the weeklong event include, Lady Evang. Aduke Gold, Evang. Ade Jesu and the CCC Wonderland Parish Anointed Choir.

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