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100, 000 Converge On Suleja For Pastor Kumuyi’s Crusade



No fewer than 100,000 participants from within and outside Niger State are to attend Pastor William Kumuyi’s crusade scheduled to hold in Suleja, Suleja local government area of the state.
The general superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Worldwide is scheduled to visit Suleja for the crusade tagged: “A Night of Supernatural Connection with the God of wonders” tomorrow.The Niger State overseer of Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor Toyin Araromi, disclosed this in a Press statement yesterday in Minna that thousands of Christian faithful irrespective of denomination in and around Suleja are expected to be the guests of Pastor Kumuyi.

He recalled that the visit of Pastor Kumuyi to Suleja in July 2017 witnessed several miracles; ranging from salvation, healings and ailments like ulcer, deafness, dumbness, diabetes, lameness, madness, hypertension and others.  “The Holiness Preacher who has been a blessing to our generation is not tired. He is coming back again to Suleja on Thursday 25th October, 2018,” he said. He added, “It may interest you to know that Kumuyi’s coming is timely and divine, especially at a time when the government of the day is faced with the challenges of insecurity, moral decadence, among others. Pastor W.F Kumuyi is storming Suleja with a message of divine solutions to individual, family and national problems. He is bringing the message of love, peace, unity and progress.

“In the face of the prevailing socio economic, physical and spiritual challenges facing the populace, it is heartwarming that this great man of God is coming for both physical and spiritual liberations. So we urge the good people of Niger State and Suleja in particular to come together and receive divine blessings irrespective of their religious beliefs,” the state overseer said. On security arrangement, he said “efforts are being made with military, and paramilitary including Nigeria Police, Department of State Service, (DSS) Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) among others to ensure effective security during the programme”.





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