By Prince Sunny Ebhojiaye.
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria(PFN) of Ogun state, Awori region held inauguration and induction of its members on Saturday 19th November 2022 at the Redeemed Evangelical Mission at Sango-Ota, Ogun state.
Reverend(Dr) Francis Ubaka, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Ogun state, Awori region Coordinator hosted the lively multitudes in a graceful dimension of inauguration and induction of new regional and province officers. The highlights of the programme of the colourful ceremony was the inauguration and induction that featured the presence of great and distinguished ministers of God like Apostle(Dr) David Otaru, Ogun state Chairman of Pentecostal Fellowship of (PFN). Reverend (Dr) Donatus Obi, member state advisory council, Reverend (Dr) Olawale Fatolu (PFN) Ogun state, Bishop Olusegun Oyesile, Reverend (Dr) Moses Enisan, Servant Victor David, the General Overseer of Christ Chosen Tabernacle (CCT) who is the empowerment Minister with some members of his Church who covered the occasion with video recording and posting the event for internet viral.
Reverend (Dr) Olawoye Adegbite, Reverend (Dr) Orji, Reverend(Dr) Bunmi Idowu, Pastor Samuel Olayiwola, Reverend (Dr) Francis Odonla, Pastor J. Obasanjo, Prophet(Dr) E.0. Taiwo, Reverend Shodiya were also other prominent Ministers of God.
The special guest of honour, Her Excellency Engineer (Mrs) Naimot Salako-Oyedele, Ogun state Deputy Governor was represented. HRM Oba(Dr) Samuel Olufemi Ojugbele, the Onilogbo of Ilogbo, was the Father of the day.
Apostle Otaru used the occasions to appealed to Ogun state government to donate for the completion of their Secretariat building.
There was music and praise worship throughout the event by the Redeemed Evangelical Mission church choir.
The Chairman of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Ogun state chapter, Apostle(Dr) David Otaru commended the good heart and great preacher, Reverend(Dr) Francis Ubaka on behalf of Awori region and entire Sango Ota. He told the newly inducted members to be more committed to the service of God and the responsibilities of their various offices. Reverend Dr Francis Ubaka appreciated God for the divine visitation with thanksgiving for the closing ceremony.