Prayer is also vital for national healing -Rev. Akanji
Christians have been urged to intensify prayer for divine intervention in Nigeria to overcome its numerous challenges.
The General Overseer, World Outreach Revival Centre, WOREC, Reverend Dr Peter Akanji stated this during the 7th Life and Power Thanksgiving Service and 4th Convocation of World Changers Bible College of the church held in Ibadan.
Reverend Akanji said Nigeria the country was currently confronted by numerous socioeconomic challenges such as kidnapping, corruption and right abuses, hence the need for prayers.
The cleric noted that intense prayer was vital for Nigeria and its leaders to over the present cyclic crises.
Rev. Akanji explained that graduands of the church’s Bible college had gone through the rigours of doctrinal training while new intake would undergo various years of theological studies to assume leadership role in church administration.
Speaking on the theme of the conference, ‘Supernatural Shift’, the guest speaker, Prophet Funso Akande, pointed out that divine elevation can only be achieved when an individual is closer to God.
High point of the event was the administration of oath on the graduands, presentation of gifts, and special song ministration by the church’s choir.