Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Story By Dorcas Ajuwon, February 16, 2021

The District Supritendent, Christ Apostolic Church, Prayer Mountain of Mercy, (Orioke Aanu) District Headquarters Pastor Isaiah O.Alade popularly known as (Omo Woli) has assured Nigerians that some of the problems confronting it will come to an end this year.

Pastor Alade gave this assurance while speaking with journalists at the annual crusade of the church tagged “Mercy once Again” held at Christ Apostolic Church Prayer Mountain of Mercy (Orioke Aanu) District Headquarters, Klm2/off Odusokun bus stop, Ojoo Igbooloyin road, Ibadan.

He explained that all forms of difficulties that may pose as threats which includes Boko Haram, Banditry, Corona Virus as well as economic challenges and ethnicity problem will be divinely solved before the year runs out.

The cleric called on Nigerians to be patient and be prayerful in all they do adding that all should go back to God and not be self centred in their dealings with their fellow men.

“The world is struggling for healing, the nation is facing challenges, the world is in pain and God said the only solution to this is a meeting like this programme.”

Prophet Alade disclosed that the programme started thirteen years ago, through the inspiration of Holy Spirit as he (Pastor Isaiah O. Alade) his father Prophet Moses Aladeolu and Elder S.O Ogunleye were discussing the next programme for this mountain adding that the programme has change so many lives.

He added that the year 2021 crusade is a unique one as it is the celebration of the thirteen anniversary of the programme.

The programme continue tomorrow Wednesday with the founder, Christ Apostolic Church, Agbala Itura, Prophet S.K Abiara ministering while the President, Christ Apostolic Church, Worldwide, Pastor Samuel Oladele will be ministering on Thursday.

Others to minister at the crusade are Prophet Peter Olowoporoku and Prophet Michael Ojo (Baba Olowere) among others.

The programme comes to an end on Sunday with a special thanksgiving service at the church.

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