… To Flag off International Prayer Meeting for All Nations
The General Overseer of the Everlasting Light of Hope International Ministries (ELOHIM), Prophet Daniel Emelandu, popularly known as Wiseman Daniel, on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, arrived in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, in preparation for his much anticipated International Prayer Meeting for All Nations, scheduled for the 24th and 25th of September, 2021, at the Velodrome Main Bowl of the Moshood Abiola International Stadium, Abuja.
A protégé of the late Prophet TB Joshua, Wiseman Daniel arrived Abuja aboard an Arik Air flight from Lagos and was received amid fanfare, outside the Arrival Hall of the domestic wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja by members of his ministry, dignitaries and international visitors from no less than ten different countries, who were waving their national flags as the man of God acknowledged cheers from them.
The international visitors waved the flags of Zambia, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Ghana, Mozambique, South Africa, England, Germany, the United States, Canada and Bahamas, among others. Some of them who spoke to newsman said they were in Nigeria to partake in the outpouring of God’s undiluted power in an era when the world is facing many grave challenges.
Mary from Lesotho told newsmen that she is in Nigeria because she expects God’s touch on her and her family.
“I am expecting deliverance for my family and my country and with breakthrough”, she said. For Agnes, who flew in from Berlin Germany, the prayer meeting is an opportunity of a lifetime to have a divine encounter. She said: “This international prayer meeting gives me great joy. I am very happy to be here because I know my family shall be delivered and I will be healed in Jesus’ name.
The FREE Prayer Line registration which commenced on Thursday, 16th September will end on Wednesday, 22nd of September.
It would be recalled that the last Abuja for Christ Crusade held by Wiseman Daniel, earlier in 2021, was a huge success, according to reports in the media.