Full Gospel Business men fellowship sues for peace
From Ann Godwin, Port Harcourt
THE Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International has sued for peace among Nigerians to pave way for more development across the country.
The body made the call yesterday in Port Harcourt during a briefing ahead of its 2017 Port Harcourt Regional Convention billed from November 16 to 18.
The national director of the body, Onoh Okwara Onoh, who made the call said, it was necessary people desist from acts capable of disrupting peaceful co-existence in the country , stressing that destructions cannot lead the national any where. He said problems of the country could be addressed through changing the minds of the citizens as well as those in authority.
According to him, “When the minds of people are transformed, the society would be transformed for better “.
Also speaking, the Chairman Planning Committee for the convention, Dr. Okere Iraghnima, disclosed that over 6,000 delegates are expected at the convention, which is themed ‘In times like this’. He said, the happenings in the nation and across the world calls for deep prayers and watchfulness.
He said, “The convention is to call men’s attention to the times we are in. What does the time portray to us as a person and what steps are we taking to make the best of the times and how can we live in it fulfilled.”
He urged the public to leverage on the opportunity and participate in the programme.