The General Overseer of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Kumuyi, has insisted that the Church will go ahead with its planned crusade despite “security challenges” allegedly facing the state.
Naija News reports that the Indigenous People of Biafra had on Thursday asked Kumuyi not to hold crusade in the southeast region of Nigeria following security concerns perpertrated by “unknown gunmen”
Speaking about the development, Chairman, Global Crusade with Kumuyi, Coordinating Overseer, United Arab Emirates, in a statement signed by Pastor James Akpofure, the cleric said he is ready for the event holding from May 24.
As for the security issues, Kumuyi said that God will intervene.
The statement on Saturday partly reads: “Celebrating One Year of Global Evangelisation (Global Crusade with Kumuyi).
“We thank the Lord that the Global Crusade with Kumuyi has greatly impacted the World in the past year. This Global Crusade has touched millions of lives with signs and wonders, miracles, and deliverances, spanning participation from over 180 countries and 6 continents.
“As there are currently some security challenges at the intended alpha location (Aba,Abia State, Nigeria), the Global Crusade Convener, Pastor (Dr) W.F. Kumuyi commiserates with our people in Abia State and will be praying along for God’s Divine Intervention.
“This month, the Global Crusade themed “Jesus’ Power for Extraordinary Breakthrough” will be a celebration of one year of Global evangelization,” the statement partly read.