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Winners Chapel to employ twenty thousand people in the current lockdown

The founder and presiding bishop of Living Faith Church Worldwide also known as Winners Chapel has revealed his plans while ministering in his usual studio Sunday Service on 5th July 2020. Focusing on the topic Business Breakthroughs, Oyedepo said that the church has been waxing stronger by the day under the lockdown particularly because of the efforts of the coordinators of the Winners Satellite Fellowship, aka WSF, and its cell system. He declared the church has brought in new two thousand, six hundred and twenty-one (2, 621) souls to the kingdom of God through the outreach efforts of the Winners Chapel members.

More interestingly is the fact that the clergyman who is also the chancellor of two private universities in Nigeria shared the good news during his message that plans are underway to employ additional Twenty thousand people even under the current national lockdown. If these plans work out, it will indeed be a source of relief to so many Ogun and Lagos residents who have lost their jobs during the pandemic. Kindly stay on the lookout.

However, as one of the few clergymen who has been at the forefront of campaigning for the reopening of churches, Bishop David Oyedepo in his sermon did not also fail to berate those who were busy making money from the country’s present lockdown, saying that they were milking the people. He further spoke on the update of the testimonies sent to the church on the healing of coronavirus cases, he said the numbers have totaled one hundred and twenty (120) and that they were from across 16 nations of the world. He read out the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Russia, Burkina Faso, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, South Africa, Ghana, and Nigeria, among others.

In Oyedepo’s usual style, he had quoted scripture upon scripture to corroborate the theme of the message, saying that individuals, churches, and businesses alike can experience financial blessings and breakthroughs.

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