It was a dream come true for worshipers of Anambra Province 2 in Anambra State, when the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E. A Adeboye dedicated four Ultra-modern buildings to the glory of God.
Indeed, the worshipers who were in their thousands sang, danced and lifted Holy hands to God, seeing Pastor Adeboye graced the occasion. Songs were rendered in high praises to the Almighty, while various departments in the Province and Region were on ground to welcome the August visitor.
Just like in Psalms 126 verse 1, the dreamland visitation was never to be forgotten by believers who were full of testimonies as the Lord visited them. There were shouts of joy, testimonies of God’s hands on His people, as expectations were met.
Pastor Adeboye who anchored the dedication spoke gloriously on the theme of the Prayer Rally, ”Divine Visitation” where he used the opportunity to dedicate the four buildings which included: RCCG Success Arena at Eziama Amichi which was sponsored by Pastor Solomon Oyeka, RCCG Divine Light at Utuh which was built by Pastor Simon Aranonu.
Pastors Enoch and Folu Adeboye Health Centre at Utuh which was also sponsored by Pastor Simon Aranonu was dedicated. RCCG Open Heavens Parish at Amichi, which was sponsored by Barrister Mike Igbokwe (SAN), was also dedicated by Pastor Adeboye.
Immediately, after the dedication, Pastor Adeboye who was led by Pastor K.K Ndukwe, the Continental Overseer, Africa 1 and the Pastor-in-Charge of Region 6, Enugu, Pastor Oji Ejike and the host Pastor, Pastor Julius Olanrewaju proceeded to conduct the open air Prayer Rally at Amichi Noble Club Compound where 253 people gave their lives to Christ.
Dignitaries at the occasion included Pastors Charles Kpandei, the Pastor-in-Charge of Region 11, Okey Mofunaya, Henry Yolo of Region 15, Belemina Obunge and Gbenga Ilesanmi. National Secretaries, Church growth officers and the Chairman Nnewi South Local Government Council, Honourable Ikenna Aniagboso with other Senior Pastors in the Mission were also present.