COVID-19: PFN urges government not to cause panic in churches
Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has called on the government not to create the impression that diseases are distributed in the church, which is supposed to be a centre of the solution.
PFN wants FG to heed calls for restructuring
As Nigerians celebrate Democracy Day, the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has called on Federal Government not to ignore calls by well-meaning Nigerians to restructure the country and its internal security.
Wike heads Rivers’ task force banning public gatherings over Coronavirus, PFN urges obedience
A 12-man task force headed by Governor Nyesom Wike has been raised to enforce the embargo on public gatherings in Rivers State following the rising cases of Coronavirus
PFN faults new law prescribing levy for Christian marriage certificate
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has described the newly introduced marriage certificate law for Christians by the Federal Government as outrageous and unacceptable.
Conference on witchcraft holds despite PFN's prayers
In spite of prayers and protest against a conference on witchcraft at the University of Nigeria, Nsuka (UNN), the B.I.C Ijomah Centre for Policy and Research, UNN, commenced the programme on Tuesday, November 26. The event which began on Tuesday will end Thursday, November 28. One of the lead paper presenters, Prof. Damian Opata gave…
Step up military might against insurgency in Northeast, cleric urges FG
Vice President, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Bishop Francis Wale Oke has challenged the Federal Government to redouble its military might against the scourge of insurgency in the Northeast.
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The 2019 Mega Crusade Of Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria “Alimosho Province” (PFN) held from Monday 21 to Sunday, October 27, 2019.
PFN urges all hands on deck for national development
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has called on Nigerians to work together to leave good legacy for generations to come, if the country must grow.
Nigeria at 59: Clerics deplore slow national growth
As Nigerians celebrate the country’s 59th independence anniversary on Tuesday, clerics have expressed disappointment that the country is still grappling with basic necessities like steady electricity, potable water, good road networks, and quality healthcare, among others.