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Kumuyi holds Abuja Crusade Oct 28

The General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church Worldwide, Dr William Folorunsho Kumuyi, has concluded plans to hold ‘God of All Wonders Crusade’ at the National Stadium in Abuja.

The State Overseer for FCT, Pastor Joshua Esho, who stated this at the weekend, said the mega crusade would hold on Sunday, October 28, 2018 and  that about 100,000 Abuja residents are expected to attend.

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He added that Pastor Kumuyi would minister live at the main bowl of the National Stadium by 5pm prompt.

Pastor Esho said the crusade was organised by the FCT church and it had begun mobilising residents from all over the FCT and its environs to attend.

“The Deeper Life Bible Church in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, wants to let the people living in FCT know that God has made all things ready to mightily bless them with heavenly and earthly blessings beyond measure.

“We want to tell the people that God is visiting them with His supernatural power beyond measure through a crusade organised by the church in FCT, with the theme, ‘God of All wonders crusade’.

“We are expecting 100,000 participants at the crusade. We are mobilizing 15,000 secondary school students, 5,000 undergraduates from all campuses in the FCT, and 10,000 primary school pupils to the crusade,” he said.

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