The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Ikotun Central would be staging an independence rally come October 1 to celebrate Nigeria’s 51st independence and to pray for the nation.

According to Pastor Adejola Johnson, the branch pastor of MFM Ikotun Central, the day has been mapped out t to conduct a rally for Jesus and pray for the nation.

“We want to celebrate Nigeria at 51 in a way different from how we have been doing it. It is usually a day for people to go to the stadium and other civic centres for relaxation but in the church, we want to use this opportunity to celebrate Jesus and pray for the nation.

We want to rejoice with Nigerians and thank God for sparing the country from disintegration despite all the forces attacking the soul of the nation. It is also very important to rededicate Nigeria to God by marching around the streets of Ikotun and its environs as a point of contact for all nooks and crannies of Nigeria with declarative voices of alleluia.”

According to Pastor Johnson, “there is need to pray for Nigeria and Nigerians to witness more of such days in peace.

We need to let our people, especially the youths who are the tomorrow of Nigeria to have belief that tomorrow will be bright. We need to actually address the blood-sucking demons that are killing innocent souls, we need to pray against the raging of waters that flood the nation and claim lives. Nigeria needs environmental deliverance from the cages of spiritual, material and financial bondage.

“We are staging the independence rally to draw Nigerians back to God so that they will see reasons why Nigeria need to celebrate this anniversary.

A lot of people are scared as another independence is here and some think there is no need to celebrate but we are saying no because, come October 1, MFM Ikotun will give Nigeria reasons to celebrate the nation and our Maker.

This rally is our spiritual responsibility to the society. We need to take it over for Christ and in readiness for his second coming. And we are saying, God Bless Nigeria. God Bless MFM”


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