In commemoration of 'Democracy Day' in Nigeria, Christ Embassy Lagos Zone 2 held an enlightening public lecture at Area M Police Station at Idimu on Thursday, June 7th. The program was attended by members of the Nigerian Police Force, Federal Road Safety Corps, Nigeria Civil Defense and Vehicle Inspection Service.
The Area Commander, ACP Akika A. Austine, gave a brief talk on community policing, explaining that the security of a neighborhood or a state is in the hands of the citizens. He encouraged attendees to work together with all security agencies to have a safer neighborhood and state.
The esteemed Zonal Pastor of Lagos Zone 2, Pastor Emeka Eze, was represented by Pastor Kameos Omosivwe, who admonished those present not to deter in their work towards nation-building. He stressed to those in attendance that Nigeria can only be built by Nigerians. He added that, as citizens of the country, officers must cultivate a patriotic spirit and be positive about the nation.
Pastor Kameos communicated the vision of the BLW President, Reverend (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome, to promote a patriotic spirit and celebrate the nation through various ReachOut programs. Through the distribution of the Rhapsody of Realities, Democracy Day and the nation’s Independence Day are used to sensitize Nigerians to the greatness and wealth that God has deposited in their country.
Commendation awards were given to officers who have been outstanding in carrying out their duties. A LoveWorld Plus decoder was presented to the area commander, while every attendee received the Rhapsody Bible, ‘the Theory of Nations’ message by Pastor Chris and copies of the Messenger Angel.