Fire: Christ Embassy will construct greater church, says Oyakhilome

The President and founding father of LoveWorld Incorporated, higher often called Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has stated the hearth incident on the church’s headquarters was not an accident however an avenue for greater and higher issues.

The church on hearth

He stated this throughout a reside Sunday service on the church’s campground in Asese, Ogun State.

PUNCH Online earlier reported that the church headquarters, situated within the Oregun space of Ikeja, Lagos State, caught fire on Sunday morning.

This was revealed in a number of movies from the scene shared on X.com on Sunday.

Speaking on the incident, Oyakhilome stated, “Nothing occurs within the life of a kid of God by chance. During the 2001 Ikeja Cantonment bombing incident, the constructing vibrated a lot and we thought it was going to break down.

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“I assumed to myself that if it collapsed, I used to be going to construct a much bigger, higher one. At the tip of the day, it didn’t collapse and we known as the engineers to see if there was any have to carry it down and rebuild however it was nonetheless okay.

“Now that this has happened, we will build a bigger, better, and more glorious one and the devil will lick his wound.”

Officials of the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service are additionally stated to be on the scene to salvage the scenario.

Sharing a video from the situation, Augustine, tweeting as Chief_Augustin1 on X.com, wrote, “Christ Embassy Church on Billings Way, Oregun, is on hearth.

“Serious fire is raging, and men of the Lagos State Fire Service are working hard to put it off. Thank God service hasn’t commenced fully.”

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