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Oritsejafor Sends Message To Nigerians



The president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has implored Nigerians to be unwavering with the current situations of the country.
PMNews reports that Oritsejafor gave the advice yesterday, December 20, at the Interdenominational Thanksgiving Service held in honour of the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Ikenwoli Emiko in Warri. The CAN president said that the occasion was special to him and the entire people of Iwere land because God has destined the new Olu of Warri for greater things.
“The crown of the Olu of Warri is a special crown owned by only the Itsekiri Kingdom in the whole of Africa. The crown, having been more than five hundred years old, is a special gift given to the son of Dom Dom Mingos by the king of Portugal in the 16th century. We should always learn to give thanks because it opens the door for greater things to happen,” he said.
Oritsejafor called on the people to learn how to manage success, noting that it could to lead to destruction if not well handled.

The service was held at the Foursquare Gospel Church inside the Palace of the Olu in Ekorode Itsekiri had the presence of former governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta, Senator James Manager, Delta commissioner for works, Vincent Uduaghan, Ernest Okwenze, commissioner for culture and tourism, Evelyn Oboro, member, House of Representatives, and other chiefs.