PFN Lagos to host ‘The Greater Nigeria Project’ in October
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Lagos State Chapter has perfected plans to host its fifth edition of “The Greater Nigeria Project.” The one-day, three-part rally, is one of the National President’s 10-point agenda for the body after his appointment.
Holding on October 7, 2022 at Vineyard Christian Ministries, Ajao Estate, the Lagos Chapter under the leadership of Apostle Enyinnaya Okwuonu disclosed that the theme is: “A New Dawn: Taking Responsibility for Societal Transformation.”
According to him, “the focus of this event is in recognition of the peculiarity of Lagos and to achieve the vision of the National President at the various levels. The distinct engagements will see the body receive ministry from diverse anointed and accomplished leaders led by His Eminence, Bishop Francis Wale Oke.”
The chairman, who disclosed that the body is expecting over 20,000 participants for the evening rally, both on-site and online, also revealed that the three-part engagements would include business-owners and professionals’ prayer and anointing session.
Okwuonu noted that COVID-19 pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war impacted seriously on the business environment and particularly the global supply chain. While seeking for divine intervention, partnership and innovation, Okwuonu called for urgent and critical success factor.
Fielding questions from journalists ahead of the 2023 general elections, he said that PFN is ready to mobilise Christians to change the nation’s political climate.
The PFN chairman revealed that the body has concluded arrangements to launch awareness campaign towards to the realisation of this goal, especially as the chapter prepares to welcome the National President of PFN, Bishop Francis Wale Oke in Lagos.
“We are mobilising our people massively to be politically conscious. We have Directorate of Politics and Governance that is engineering a new mindset for Christians. We are encouraging our people to participate in politics.
“We are taking responsibility for societal change. We are interested in the nation’s politics, but we are apolitical. PFN is not supporting any political party. But any party that will do what will benefit majority of the people, the PFN will go for it.”