World Praise Day: Four billion participants expected across the globe- Banjo

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About four billion participants across the globe are expected to participate in the World Paise Day slated for May 7.

Participants on that day would engage in rendering seamless praise to God from wherever they are in the world

The convener and vision career, Deacon Banjo Omole said in a statement that the day is expected to be dedicated to praising God alone by individuals and churches.

Banjo worships with the  Redeemed Christian Church of God, Victory Parish, ijaiye, Lagos.

God according to Banjo gave him the vision of the day about seven years ago

He said God God told him in a revelation to inaugurate a global movement of glorious praise to the Almighty God on May 7 every year.”

The praise event is akin to the United Nations dedicated days like Father’s Day, Malaria Day, Children’s Day and some other dedicated days.

Omole said, in like manner, that people are to praise God on May 7 every year to give glory to His name.

Banjo expressed optimism that once the world fully understands and embraces the idea, a projected global audience of about four billion would join the event on May 7 of every year.

“Ultimately, like the Thanksgiving Day or which former American President, Abraham Lincoln initiated in the 19th century, which millions of Christians now practice in various ways, I expect the May 7 World Praise Day to grow gradually and be adopted by billions of people around the world,” Deacon Omole said.

Meanwhile, he explained that several churches across denominations have expressed their desires to adopt the May 7 World Praise Day, with assurances that a lot of these churches would organize the praise event on the day.

Already the Zonal Chairmen of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN in local government areas like Ifako-Ijaiye, Ojokoro etc, have expressed their support for the praise event.

The association would ask churches within its jurisdiction to participate in the project on May 7. Several churches are also being sensitized to dedicate that day to praise God.

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