By John Ndu : The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) Anambra State Chapter has in a prayer session held recently at Ekwueme square in Awka, endorsed Governor Willie Obiano for his second term agenda due to his unprecedented achievements within three years.
The prayer session tagged 50,000 delegates Mega Prayer Rally was geared towards seeking God’s intervention, mercies in the affairs of the State and the nation at large.
Governor Obiano while addressing the mammoth crowd stated that the event was of good time and essence as Christians all over the world are observing Easter activities to commemorate the sufferings and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
He further ascertained aside promoting religious harmony among the various Christian denominations, his government would always ensure that the PFN are accorded government’s largesse as their other counterparts.
The Governor further announced to offer N10 million to the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) to upgrade their hospitals, in line with his vision to give every hospital in the state a facelift.
He thanked the Pentecostal churches for their support so far to his administration, and commended the idea of the rally, acknowledging that despite the strivings of man, it is only God that has the ultimate power to grant success.
The State PFN President, Most Rev Prof David Eberechukwu in his address read by the State Chairperson, Women’s Wing of Christian Association of Nigeria,(CAN)Mrs Blessing Eberechukwu said prayer is essential in every human endeavor, called on children of God not to relent in praying for the state Governor, Chief Obiano, who according to him, had piloted the state to enviable height.
Bishop Eberechukwu reaffirmed that state PFN with all the churches under it had resolved to support the governor’s second term bid in view of his outstanding performance so far.
The session recorded the presence of a renowned evangelist and Head of PFN, Rev. Dr. Uma Ukpai who offered special prayers for Gov. Obiano and the development of the State, various religious leaders of PFN, government functionaries, to mention a few.
Source: Anambra State Government