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2019: PFN Organises Summit for Political Stakeholders

The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) is putting together an Interactive Political Summit through its Directorate of Social Security Outreach and Inter-Governmental Relations (SSO/IGR), ‘the political arm of PFN saddled with the responsibility of positioning the church, recommending and giving directions to PFN and our teeming members on political Alignment, Government Policies, voters’ education and civic duties’.
In a statement issued by Lagos State Director of SSO/IGR, Bishop Dr. Theophilus Taiwo Ajose, said : “ The Interactive Political Stakeholders’ Summit is a veritable platform the Church created for all Political Parties and Electoral candidates, without any form of discrimination to showcase their manifestoes and programmes to the voting population of Christians in Lagos and the entire voting public”.
The Deputy Director Lagos SSO/IGR who is also the Summit Planning Committee Chairman, Pastor Barnabas Otoibhi, further explained that other key stakeholders such as INEC, Civil Society Organisations, Security Agencies, Religious Leaders, Foreign Missions/ International Organisations are expected at the summit which will take place on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at Revival Assembly ( New Anointing) in Ogba Ikeja Lagos.
Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria is the umbrella body of all Pentecostal Churches and fastest growing Christian organisation in Nigeria, whose membership are drawn from across the country at National, State , Senatorial, Constituencies, local government Areas and ward levels.
PFN Lagos State is under the Chairman of His Lordship Bishop Dr. Olusola Ore, with over 19 Provinces and numerous chapters at the grassroots uniting the body of Christ.

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