Several years after Bishop Olanrewaju Obembe served as the Lagos chairman of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, the new leadership of the body has decided to honour him along with several other church leaders and past chairmen of the fellowship.
In a letter addressed to Obembe signed by the Secretary of the body, Rev Toyin Kehinde and its chairman, Bishop Olusola Ore, the fellowship stated that Obembe is being honoured in recognition of his invaluable contributions to the Lagos PFN during his tenure as the chairman.
The fellowship observed further in the statement that Obembe is being honoured because of his “personal integrity, selfless service, exploits and commitment to the body of Christ.”
During his tenure as the chairman of the Lagos PFN, Obembe recorded many milestone achievements including the training of pastors and enhanced welfare package, cohesion of the body and empowerment of pastors in Lagos.
The event is slated to hold at the Christ Church, Gbagada on Wednesday 29th of October alongside the 30th anniversary of the National Body of the organisation.