The Women’s Wing of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) under the leadership of Rev. (Mrs) Abiola Omobude has expressed concern for the welfare of the students abducted from Government Secondary School, Chibok by terrorists, worried that the the search for them has not yielded results, in the form of much needed rescue, weeks after their kidnap.
Rev. (Mrs) Abiola Omobude, the Leader of PFN Women’s Wing, calls on all Nigerians, especially women, to come together and stand in unison in support of the efforts being made by the government and the Nigerian Armed Forces to rescue the innocent children. “Our prayers and thoughts remain with the children, the families, and all Nigeriansat this difficult time. We equally salute our friends around the world for pulling together with us at this time to ensure that our girls are safely brought back.”
She calls on all members of the PFN Women’s Wing to intensify their prayers and efforts for the release of the abducted students. “We should continue the prayers for our girls, the restoration of peace in Nigeria and the end of all forms of terrorism in our land.”
Rev. (Mrs) Abiola Omobude declared Tuesday, 20th May, 2014 as a day for all members of the PFN Women’s wing to embark on an intense prayer and fasting session in culmination of the on-going prayers in the different ministries and the PFN itself. “Every Nigerian is encouraged to be a part of this exercise to seek the face of the Lord for restoration of peace in our country.”
Director, Media and Publicity
For : Rev. (Mrs) Abiola Omobude
NATIONAL LEADER, WOMEN’S WING0