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CLAMGO holds 3-day crusade in Lekki, Lagos

The End-of-the-year edition of the Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry Global Outreach (CLAMGO), the evangelical arm of the Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry (CLAM), holds in Lekki area of Lagos State, the ministry has announced.

Announcing the outreach tagged: “Lekki Healing Restoration Crusade” with the theme “Jesus Power” (Phil.2:9-11) in Lagos, the Senior Pastor and founder of CLAM, Pastor Wole Oladiyun, said that the Lekki edition of the Outreach would hold at Ilasan Field, Lekki-Epe Expressway, 4th Roundabout, by World Oil Bus Stop between December 6 and December 8, 2018, at 5.00 p. daily.

He said: “CLAMGO is Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry’s evangelical arm for soul winning.

Its crusades are usually organised in partnership with other anointed and seasoned evangelists and missionaries working in the fields near where the crusades and outreaches are to be held.

CLAMGO was established in 2004 through the inspiration and instruction of the Holy Spirit. It subsequently held its first crusade at Ikot-Emem, otherwise known as Abak-Oko, in Akwa Ibom State”.

Pastor Oladiyun, who disclosed that CLAMGO had held in 40 other locations across the states of the Federation before coming to Lekki,

added that the choice of location for outreaches is usually determined by the leading of the Holy Spirit and requests made by a resident host pastors or people in a particular community or area, pointing out that through that, the evangelical work of spreading the gospel across the nations had been very effective over the period.

On the mission and visions for the towns and villages where the programme had held, the founder of the ministry explained that CLAMGO is currently revisiting some of the areas earlier visited with robust welfare scheme packaged to improve the lives of the people by providing some social amenities such as boreholes, medical centres, schools and market stalls.

The amenities he however, added, would be provided based on the availability of the resources at the disposal of the ministry.

He added that as part of the great commission of CLAM, “the Ministry is working on establishing Outreach and Prayer Centres (not Church branches) in Abuja, Canada, Lagos, Liberia, London and South Africa, for the purpose of coordinating crusades and prayer training schools,

adding that the Lekki Prayer Centre in Lagos took off in May 2016 just as the London Prayer Academy started in October 2016, while the Abuja Centre was inaugurated on 26th January, 2017.

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