NCPC Boss, Bishop Stephen Adegbite Prays for Peace and Prosperity at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem

The Executive Secretary Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission Bishop Stephen Adegbite has paid a working visit to Israel where he prayed for peace and prosperity of Nigeria at the Wailing wall in Jerusalem.

The Executive Secretary arrived Israel from Amman, Jordan on Monday 15th April, 2024 for a strategic meeting with ground handlers in Israel and at the same time utilized the opportunity to visit the holy sites in Israel preparatory for the next pilgrimage exercise scheduled to commence by the end of next month in line with the NCPC calendar of events.
At the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Bishop Adegbite led other members of his team to offer prayers for Mr President, the First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the Vice President Senator Kashim Shettima and all the Governors in Nigeria.

In his prayers, ” Father King of glory, we are in the Wailing Wall and we pray today concerning the Presidency of Nigeria, it is well with you, your soul, your body, your mind. It is well with the First Lady, Senator Oluremi TInubu, it is well with the Vice President and it is well with everyone that belongs to you; it is well with all the Governors “.
Bishop Adegbite further prayed for the progress of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission and the members of staff of the Commission as well as the protection of all the Nigeria Embassies all over the world.

Additionally, he prayed for all the christians that visit the holy land. ” Perpetually, it is well with all of you and our ground handlers”, stating that God would continue to up hold all of them.
The Executive Secretary was accompanied on his visit to the Wailing Wall by the ground handlers in Israel as well as their Nigerian partners.

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NCPC Boss, Bishop Stephen Adegbite Prays for Peace and Prosperity at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem

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