Rivers People Hold Jubilee Prayer Banquet

Rivers People Hold Jubilee Prayer Banquet
Precious Dikewoha, Port Harcourt
 
The Christian  Community, traditional  rulers and leaders of Rivers State  on Monday ushered in the Golden Jubilee Celebration with the spiritual  proclamation  of Rivers Jubilee. 
 
The programme  tagged Jubilee Prayer Banquet had as its theme: “Rivers Jubilee Proclamation: Announcing our liberty “.
 
Led by three leading clerics, Apostle Emmanuel Kure of the Throne-room Ministry, Pastor David Ibiyeomie of the Salvation Ministries and Dr Steve Ogan of the High Calling Outreach, the Christian Community dedicated  the state to God.
 
The Christian  Leaders and Traditional Rulers  offered special prayers for Governor Wike, empowering him with  God’s  strength  to lead the state greater heights after the Rivers Jubilee Proclamation. 
 
The Christian Community  also prayed God  to  dislodge all enemies of the state. 
 
Speaking  after the  proclamation of the Golden Jubilee, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike urged the Christian Community to always uphold the state  in prayers.
 
He assured  the people of the state that he will continue to provide  God fearing leadership  for the people of the state, using the resources of the people to develop their communities. 
 
Governor Wike informed  the Christian Leaders that the State Ecumenical Centre aimed at  promoting Christian  unity will be commissioned by the end of May.
 
Wife of the Rivers State Governor, Justice Eberechi Suzzette Nyesom-Wike said: “I am confident that as these altars, covenants, oaths and sacrifices are made, that the much needed peace and prosperity of Rivers State  will indeed become a reality. 
 
“I am confident also that the Almighty God will ride upon our altars to the rivers of the hearts of the sons and daughters of Rivers State to begin to see eye to eye in peace and not in hatred.
 
She thanked the various prayer groups for uplifting the  state through prayers and fasting.
 
The Jubilee Prayer Banquet was organised by the Rivers Women Jubilee Prayer Network.  The programme witnessed  praise, worship and prayers. It attracted Christian Leaders, women and  youths from the 23 Local Government Areas of the state.