Debola deji kurunmi

It's today, @deboladejikurunmi would be there @Regrann from @hermazingdainty - Women on the front lines conference 2017 will hold This Saturday! There'd a feast of the Word as taught by Reverend Laurie Idahosa, Pastor Taiwo Dara, Pastor Debola Deji-Kurumi and Pastor Tolu Ijogun, the spirit of prayer, a different kind of worship led by Sister Ayo Vincent. Spoken word by Amaka Mordi; Participatory talk shows with Pastor Mercy Lawal, Oghosa Omoregie, Laolu Oduleye  Pastor Laju Iren, Deaconess Jessica, Toyin Aremu. Come expectant to receive a word from God as this is no ordinary gathering but an Impartation in itself. Date: This Saturday, September 23,2017 Venue: Jabot Hotel, opp Lagos airport hotel/Royal event centre, Balogun bus stop, Ikeja, Lagos. Time: One day event. 9am Purple Carpet. Hosted by Pastor Temitope Babtunde and Chandelier Network. FREE ENTRY. NO Dress Code. Just Show up. Have no doubt because as a midwife, this conference will Command your Push, Inspire you to Birth new dreams, your hopes will be rejuvenated, there will be clarity of purpose and a nurturing of your calling even by the Spirit of God. Come and network with like minded elect ladies. buy good books, clothes, food, play games, get free gifts, free transportation, affordable accommodation... RSVP Precious 09096348644 More info? Follow @Chandelier_org Come #CatchTheFire. Leave as The Fire. Spread As Wild Fire! #Jer20vs9John5vs35 SEE YOU this Saturday at #WOTFLConf17! - #regrann

He is a volunteer with Generation for Societal Change, a non-governmental, non-profit organization, as the Lagos Zonal Coordinator, reaching directly over 12,000 students, in Secondary and Tertiary Institutions and has given over 200 books on Leadership and Self Discovery since 2012. Seyi is an effective communicator who uses his effect communication skills to inspire young people for social change. He is a regular guest on UNILAG FM Education Today Program where he educates the public on values and career education, reaching an audience of well over 500,000 across Lagos.

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