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Cleric urges Nigerians to trust God for breakthroughs


Mrs. Uche Ubah (left); Mr. Chukwumah Ubah; Rev. (Dr.) and Mrs. John Ubamaka Ashibuogwu (middle), publisher/founder/General Overseer, Imitators of Jesus Global Church; Rev. Obe, Engr. Emeka Ashibuogwu and Mrs. Josephine Ofoegbu, during the inauguration of Imitators of Jesus Global Church and launching of books … recently.

Imitators of Jesus Global Church was inaugurated last Sunday. The occasion witnessed the launching of three books: “Faith, a universal currency”, “Fabric of opportunity and possibility” and “Communication: a universal currency to fulfilling your vision.”

Speaking at the event, the church’s founder and General Overseer, Rev. John Ashibuogwu, explained that the vision was given to him 16 years ago in a dream, when he was told to preach the gospel to the world.

He said God had equipped him with all he needed to execute the mission, and that he had been to America and London to preach God’s Word in churches.

He said: “I was a University lecturer for 15 years, and I am happy that His calling is being heeded today, despite the length of time between now and when I was initially told. My vision is to change and transform lives, lead men out of darkness to walk in the Light.”

He enjoined church leaders to pray for the nation and citizens to fear God, live a life of holiness, so that God can take Nigeria to the Promised Land.

He encouraged Christians to read the books, as they would change lives, especially communication with God by faith.

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