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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Pastor E.A Adeboye, Gloria Bamiloye, Kayode Pitan, Nathaniel Bassey to storm 2017 RCCG Youth Convention

The General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye , his wife, Mrs Folu Adeboye; Director General Bank of Industry, Kayode Pitan ; Co-founder of Mount Zion Film Production, Mrs. Gloria Bamiloye, and ace gospel musician Nathaniel Bassey have been confirmed for the 2017 National Youth Convention of the church.

The convention, which would run from the 2nd of Oct to the 6th of october holds at the Redemption Camp, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Mowe, Ogun State.

While briefing newsmen, The Assistant General Overseer of Youth Adult and Young Affairs Worldwide, Pastor Peter Amenkhienan, said 
The programme tagged Agents of Transformation will attract thousands of youth from Africa, the United Kingdom, Kenya, South Africa and the United States of America.

It will feature National Youths Sports festival, Transformation challenge, the Redeemed Initiative Skill and Empowerment (RISE) and award ceremony for youth and young adult churches with the best corporate social services to their immediate communities.

Amenkhienan said the convention is aimed at building young people with godly character and integrity needed to excel in today’s world.

He said that RCCG is targeting raising leaders with character and integrity who will do their country proud anywhere in the world.

The convention, according to him, will target teenagers, undergraduates and the young-at-heart, adding that previous editions have helped reduce unemployment and social vices among the youth based on feedback from participants.

He noted that although there are young people in the society who have messed up the opportunities given to them in public and private sectors, there are also unsung heroes walking their talks and making great impact in the world.

He stressed: “In RCCG, we emphasise that success without integrity is no achievement. We don’t have bastards in RCCG. There are pockets of people in politics who have not soiled their hands with corruption.”

Amenkhienmen, who was represented by the National Young and Adult Youth Pastor, Precious Akingbade, noted youths in the country are energetic, adventurous and daring.

He said it is incumbent on the church to harness these opportunities and build the required character for the betterment of the society.


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