Eminent Rivers Ministers Network Holds First Prayer Rain Conference In PH

The newly inaugurated Eminent Rivers Ministers Network (ETMN) Worldwide has successfully held its first prayer conference in Port Harcourt with the theme “Let Revival Come Back Again”.

In his speech at the occasion, the Rivers State chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Most Special Apostle Stanley Dimkpa said the coming together of the fathers of faith’ at the Forum was a welcome development especially at this time in the nation’s history.

Dr Dimkpa also advised the audience to rather focus their intercessory prayers on the good of the state and the country at large. While assuring the group of CAN’s support, the chairman used the opportunity to invite the men of God to the CAN Annual fasting/prayer meeting holding on December 9, 2021 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Port Harcourt.

In his keynote address, the Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Pastor Paulinus Nsirim who spoke on the same theme: “Let Rivival Come Again” further disclosed that without the presence of God in every human endeavour, it is difficult to achieve a breakthrough as recorded in 2nd Chronicles 15: 3- 6.

Represented by Special Senior Apostle Eze (Dr) Sam Ugo Onyeka, who is also the Director of Administration in the ministry, the Special Guest of Honour at the event stated that as in the case of of Nigeria, it is important the citizens return to God in repentance and pray that they should be forgiven and revived for progress.

According to the Commissioner “It is for such reasons as witnessed in our nation today and our dear State that the cry for revival becomes eminent, hence the theme “Let Revival Come back”, which means returning to righteousness and holiness.

The Commissioner finally advised the group to be determined and strong in God and in faith, adding that whatever one does for God, there’s a divine reward awaiting him/her.

The Rivers State Commissioner for Police, CP Eboka Friday also speaking on the same issue, said it is of necessity that Christians revive themselves and be ready to sacrifice for the country without expecting reward.  Represented by the DCO II of Elekahia Police station, Port Harcourt, ASP (Mrs) Kate Agwana, he advised the eminent leaders to be honest in order to earn the respect of their followers and to successfully drive the vision to achieve set goal.

The CP observed that the Criminal Code of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is an extract from the Holy book and so it’s imperative the police whose primary duty is to protect lives and property partner with the ministers of God to rescue the country.

He listed out some of the benefits accorded the men of God including immunity against arrest especially when they are preaching on the pulpit. The CP pledged to partner with the body to achieve set goal provided they operate within the armbit of the law.

In his exhautations earlier, Bishop I. G. BobManuel of the Joint Heir in the Kingdom Ministry, Atali, Port Harcourt said all the activities involved boil down to the unity of purpose “it is important you people work in unism if you must succeed”.

Quoting profusely from the bible, the man of God said it is necessary for the organizers to be committed in the worship of God with all their strength when one is still young, adding that there is no sentiment or competition in the service of God.

Speaking with newsmen shortly before the end of the event, Bishop E. D. Jumbo, who is the chief convener said he was satisfied with the success recorded and assured that the blessings will go round everybody including those who were unavoidably absent.


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