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Bishop Wale Oke opens mission center named after Pastor Adeboye in Ibadan

Segun Showunmi, Ibadan

The renowned cleric, Bishop Wale Oke has built a mission house, named after General Overseer of the Redeem Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Adejare Adeboye, which was commissioned in Ibadan, Oyo State Capital

Penpushing reports that, in his remarks,  Bishop Oke pointed out that the building was deliberately named after Pastor Adeboye in recognition of his impact across over 200 nations of the world

The Bishop explained that the mission center, which was formerly the compound where he lives before, was dedicated for the gospel of Christ saying that the building has now be renovated and turned to a Global Mission Center

Penpushing further reports that, Oyo State Governor, Engr  Seyi Makinde while speaking noted that with the dedication of the house, more missionary will get educated and be taught how to win more in a proper way

The Governor  said that development is a collective responsibilities, calling on the people of the state to play their roles as a citizen without relenting, stressing, “education should not only be left for government alone, more mission schools can be spring up to add up to the efforts of the government in the state.

Penpushing also reports that Pastor Adejare Adeboye in his words said that the purpose of the meeting was to dedicate the mission center, to prayed for Bishop Wale Oke and to laid hands on him and his wife so that their vision can be 100% clear

“Although we have laid hands on him before, but this recent hands laying will make his vision more clearer.

Penpushing reports that Governor Udom Emmanuel in his own comments  described the opening of the mission house as double grace for Bishop Oke, saying that the man of God has impacted so much in his life and his political terrain.

“This is a Bishop of Nigeria, it is one man that would say he is set out to pray for Nigeria and he would  go round the 36 states of country within a short period without  support from anybody’, he said.

“A lot of you what you see on a Governor is just a siren. It is like when you see a Pastor,  the easiest part of pastorate is to preach.  The most difficult part you don’t see.  In Governorship,  what you see is just the motorcade. The most difficult part which is spiritual part you don’t get to see and we cannot explain to you what we see especially some of us that they see us as intruders

Meanwhile, other notable dignitaries include: wife of the Governor of Oyo State, Mrs Makinde, former Prelate of Methodist Church Nigeria, Ola Makinde, Sen. Hosea Agboola,  Vice Chancellor of the Ajayi Crowther University, Prof Dapo Asaju, Attorney-General  of Oyo State, and Commissioner for Justice, Prof Oyelowo Oyewo


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