Lagos RCCG registers 247 youths for JAMB

Lagos RCCG registers 247 youths for JAMB

The Provincial Pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Lagos Province, LP 44, Pastor Amos Emovon, has reassured the churh’s commitment to continually impact the youth and invest in their development and empowerment as it registered 247 candidates for Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Examination in Lagos.

Emovon also called on the youths to be hard working, desist from crime and focus on their education as future leaders.

According to Guardian,He said that as part of the church’s Corporate Social Responsibility, it had paid registration fees for 247 youths to write the 2023 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Examination.

While speaking during the dedication of the ultra-modern Children’s Church, Emovon said, “ You are the future leaders, work hard, be serious with your studies, aim at getting a First Class during your graduation. If you get a First Class, work will look for you, but if get a lower grade, you’ll look for work…”

He also advised them to be good characters as ambassadors of the country, adding that beneficiaries were not only Christians as there were some Muslims.

Dedicating the building, Special Assistant to the General Overseer on Missions / Provincial Pastor, LP 40, Pastor Brown Oyitso, spoke on the theme: “Season of New Beginning.”

Quoting copiously from the Bible but dwelt on the book of Ecclesiastes 3:1-4, he said: “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck…”

He prophesied that Nigeria would be great again.

“There are seasons in Nigeria: dry and rainy season. In other climes, there are winter, spring, summer and autumn. Day must break. Get expectations from yourself and from God. There will be divine visitation. A new beginning, means there will be a new song to sing. There will be a new dawn in Nigeria…”

He then encouraged all citizens to have faith in God.

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