Christian groups begin 16-day thanksgiving worship for Buhari’s recovery

To celebrate President Muhammadu Bu­hari’s recovery from ill-health that kept him in London for over 100 days, ‘Halleluyah Nigeria’ in con­junction with Nigerian churches and Full Gospel Business Men Fellowship International, will on Thurs­day, kick-off 400 hours of non-stop praise and worship to God.

The praise and worship session will also celebrate Nigeria’s exit from economic recession as well as the coun­try’s 57th Independence An­niversary.

The Coordinator of the programme and the Chap­lain of Aso Rock Villa Cha­pel, Pastor Oluseyi Malomo, said that over 140 church choirs as well as gospel art­ists are expected at the event which kicks off September 14 at 8am and will end by midnightpreceding October 1.

He informed newsmen in Abuja that the event is a follow-up to last year’s 365-hour non-stop praise which was to mark the first anniversary of the Buhari administration and to seek God’s help for the adminis­tration and the country to overcome the economic re­cession of the country.
Malomo said funds for the programme are volun­tary donations from indi­viduals and members of the Christian Association of Nigeria.

According to him, during the 16-day programme for this year, the first 343 hours will hold at Sharon Ultimate Hotel, in Abuja while the last 57 hours will hold at the National Christian Centre.

“The Hallelujah Nige­ria in conjunction with all churches and fellowships in Nigeria are therefore organ­ising this exceptional and record breaking praise event to thank this good God who has proven that He holds our nation dearest to His heart”, he said.

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