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Christian Women Seek God’s Intervention For Nigeria At National Conference

By Bello Adisa

Kaduna (Nigeria) — Women wing of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) Wednesday in Kaduna, interceded for Nigeria at its national conference which kicked off.

Chairperson of the group, Pastor Theodora Omobude said, the group is resolute in seeking God’s face to intervene through prayers for Nigeria particularly in this trying periods.

She said “as women, we are resolute to seek God’s face for direction for our nation.”

“The Women Wing of PFN is not comfortable with the heated national polity in the system, and grumbling would not bring the solution.

“We must come together and cry out to God for mercy for our nation to experience God’s divine intervention,” she said.

She disclosed that the PFN is aware of problems in Kaduna state and urged the people to remain fervent in prayers for peace.

The program had in attendance several women ministers from across the Country.

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