Nwajiri offers members gifts to mark his birthday celebration

It was a time of joy and excitement in the presence of God as the General Overseer of World Conqueror Evangelical Ministry, Badagry, Lagos State, Pastor Monday Nwajiri blessed his members with financial gifts, produce food and other exciting arrangements as main activities marking his birthday party.

The Abia State-born cleric, affectionately known as Lion, added another year on June 15 and seized the event to empower his followers, especially the underprivileged, at the church auditorium in Lagos .

The auditorium was filled with excitement as the members could not hide their feelings towards Pastor Nwajiri’s gesture. Several eulogies praised the tunes, recipients describing him as an ardent giver, while others said he was “a man after the heart of God”.

In his remarks, Nwajiri expressed his gratitude to God for the gift of life and divine protection, adding, “God is the reason we are all gathered here. I thank my wife, Mrs. Blessed Nwajiri and my beautiful children and all those who have contributed to the success of the work of God.

“I don’t give because I have a lot or because I want to show off; I’m doing this because I understand things are tough in the country right now. This is important in order to ease your burden. Once again, I say thank you. We must not stop praying for Nigeria and for a peaceful election in 2023.”


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