No matter the condition of Nigeria, Iwere kingdom will Shine - Olori Atuwatse III
No matter the condition of Nigeria, Iwere Nation will Shine - Olori Atuwatse III
Her Majesty, Olori Atuwatse III has declared that no matter the condition of Nigeria, Iwere kingdom will continue to shine and be recognized globally.
Olori Atuwatse III made the declaration during the one day Praise Concert organized by Iwere Women Prayer Network, an initiative of her Majesty and supported by wives of Chiefs from Warri kingdom as part of the activities to kickstart the first Coronation Anniversary of the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III.
“This year has been glorious for us as a people and we have seen God’s moves in fantastic ways. We have been gathering for a year now, precisely in every three months to pray for God’s protection upon the King, the Royal family and the entire Warri kingdom and God Almighty has been very steadfast in answering all our prayers”, She stated.
Olori Atuwatse III who was overjoyed with the turn out of Iwere Women could not help but released her motherly blessings upon all the women, just as she appreciated the Guest Speaker of the occasion, Bishop Anirejuoritse for his impactful sermon as well as other Facilitators of the Programme, especially Bishop (Mrs.) Juliet Olley for keeping the Programme alive.
Earlier in his sermon, Bishop Anirejuoritse charged the women to always use the weapon of praise in times of challenges because supernatural praises offered to God brings down God’s judgement speedily upon the wicked.
Bishop Anirejuoritse who took his message from the book of 1 Peter chapter 2 verse 9 averred that “ We all are born in a faulty foundation, but Iwere nation through the emergence of Ogiame Atuwatse III who handed over the throne to the Almighty God before the whole world on the day he was crowned and declared king, has redeemed Iwere nation into a sure and solid foundation”.
It would be recalled in her welcome address during the praise concert held on Monday August 15, 2022 at Aghofen, Olu’s Palace, Warri, Coordinator of the Programme, Bishop (Mrs.) Juliet Olley thanked Olori Atuwatse III for making the occasion remarkable not just with her presence and prayers, but for giving the women palliative to take home at the end of the Programme.