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Mgbidi gospel invasion holds Dec 28 -30

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Mgbidi gospel invasion holds Dec 28 -30
By Steve Oko
A three -day gospel crusade will hold in Mgbidi, Awgu Local Government Area of Enugu State from Thursday December 28 to Saturday, December 30.
The Customary Court premises at Ududa Village will serve as venue for the interdenominational gospel crusade sponsored by Mgbidi Believers Fellowship.
Radical Evangelists – Pastor Iyke Oke, and Pastor Michael Obichukwu , will be the Word Guests at the three -day crusade entitled “Freedom from All Captivity”.
Free medical outreach has been scheduled for December 28 and December 30 at the same venue from 10:00am – 3:00 pm daily while the crusade begins at 4:00pm.
A team of medical experts will be on ground to conduct free medical tests for patients with different ailments while free drugs and medical advice will be offered in the end.
There will also be free distribution of eye glasses after eye tests.
Adequate security and other
 arrangements have been put in place for the comfort of all participants at the programme.
Mgbidi Believers from all walks of life including those in the Diaspora have been preparing ahead of the annual programme.
People from all 14 villages that make up Ezinese and Ezineri Mgbidi Autonomous Communities including Adani and Awa, are expected at the crusade programme in their numbers.
Pastors of various denominations in Mgbidi Autonomous communities indigenous pastors from Mgbidi ministering at different places have been very active in packaging the programme.
The outing, according to the organisers, promises to be a harvest of souls, miracles and divine blessings.
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