Ahead of Primate Elijah Ayodele’s Annual Thanksgiving Service which is set to hold on 14th of February, 2021, some international delegates have arrived Lagos to honour the popular man of God.
Some of the international delegates include the President Of the international association of world peace advocates, Amb Per Stefsen, Country Director of Denmark, Amb Mrs Blessing Palmberg, Country Director of India, Amb Prof Nabit Kapur, Country Director of South Africa, Amb. Anthony Chinedu, World peace spokesman, Amb. Dr Emmanuel Nweke and other world Peace dignitaries. Some other foreign nationals from India, Germany, United States, others have also arrived.
During the event, Primate Ayodele will be making provisions for those who have not been able to afford their house rents, those who can’t afford to pay school fees, vulnerable who don’t have bed in their homes, to mention a few.
Also, hundreds of GCE and JAMB forms will be given out for free to students who want to further their education in higher institutions.
Meanwhile, the annual thanksgiving ceremony kicked off since 1st of February 2021 with several empowerment to schools, widows, security agencies, youths, to mention a few.
Also, popular gospel musician, Tope Alabi will be leading the crowd expected at the event in a spirit-filled worship ministration as a way of appreciating God in the life of the popular prophet.
Primate Elijah Ayodele, arguably one of the most celebrated prophet in Africa has over the years proven his call as a man of God with the accuracy and consistency of his prophecies. Apart from being a prophet, He is known for the many humanitarian activities he has done