The founder of Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Movement, Pastor Lazarus Mouka has pledged to always support and collaborate with the Lagos chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria.
Mouka made the pledge at a parley on July 1 with the executive of the fellowship at the Lord’s Chosen premises.
The PFN delegation to Pastor Mouka was led by its Chairman Apostle Enyinnaya Okwuonu.
At the meeting, Apostle Okwuonu intimated Pastor Mouka of the activities of the Lagos PFN since the days of its founding fathers.
He noted that the current executive has only continued from where previous leaders stopped while also thanking Mouka for the warm reception of the PFN team.
He recalled how Pastor Mouka has been supportive of the chapter in time past urging him not to relent.
While noting that “the visit was to foster a relationship between the PFN and the TLCCRM,” he requested “the church to assign an officer as its representative on the PFN platform.”
He also requested support for the renovation of the newly acquired PFN secretariat buildings saying “we need your support both financially and otherwise for the ongoing work. Also, we desire that you visit the project site and pray over it even as we trust God that you will be there for the commissioning.”
Responding, Pastor Muoka appreciated the PFN delegation.
He said, “I know it is God’s time, that’s why the appointment to meet me finally became a reality. I appreciate the state chairman and his team for their patience and the good work going on in the Lagos PFN. On the financial support, I will send our own commitment in due course
‘’My belief is that by this visit, the relationship between us and PFN has been consummated and we will cooperate with you. We will soon appoint somebody to represent the church at the state EXCO.
Mouka and the PFN Team
The PFN team had in attendance at the parley the PFN Deputy Chairman, Pastor Oluleke Akinola, State Secretary, Apostle Mehmood Akindejoye, and Financial Secretary, Pastor Bayo Oyeyemi
The team also included Director of Media & digital, Apostle Akinyoade Honour, Director of Protocol, Rev David Osayi his deputy Rev Tosin Oladipupo, Director of Security, Bishop Andy Ogbu, his deputy, Apostle James Idong and the PFN administrative Secretary, Apostle Nath Aghraghra.