Saturday, March 19, 2022

Enough is Enough - Itsekiri Women Prayer Network

Enough is Enough - Itsekiri Women Prayer Network 


 

                                         Olori Atuwatse III 


By Tetsoma Neyin 



News: Enough is Enough - Itsekiri Women Prayer Network 



As part of efforts to intercede for peace and progress in Warri kingdom, Iwere Women Prayer Network with its theme, “Enough is Enough” has yet again come out enmasse to pray for a change which will bring about growth and development in Warri kingdom.

 

The Programme which is a brainchild of Olori Atuwatse III and backed up by the Wives of  Chiefs of Warri kingdom took place on Wednesday March 16, 2022 at the Olu’s Palace (Aghofen). 


Group photograph of some Chief Wives led by the Coordinator of the Programme, Pastor Mrs. Juliet Olley 



 

Addressing participants at the event which is the third of its series, wife of Chief Omolubi Newuwumi, Mrs. Patience Omolubi thanked God Almighty for the vision, Olori Atuwatse III, Chiefs wives and the entire Itsekiri women for their relentless efforts in sustaining the Programme,  adding that the success of every home is in  the hands of a praying wife.




 

Speaking on behalf of Olori Atuwatse III,   the Co-ordinator of the  programme who also doubles as the Guest Speaker, Pastor (Mrs.) Juliet Olley appreciated  the Olori who is the brain behind the laudable vision for giving women the opportunity to gather and pray for Iwere land.




 

Pastor (Mrs.) Olley who took her sermon from Luke  chapter 10 verse 19 stated that it is time for the women of Warri kingdom to cry out to God for a change in the land especially in the forth-coming  2023 general elections. 


 

" We need God to put the right people in position of authority for Iwere land to move forward”,  She said.


 

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