UJCM OAU Holds Thanksgiving Service, Pastor Warns Alleged Cultists
The University Joint Christian Mission (UJCM) of the Obafemi Awolowo University, the joint body of Christian fellowships on OAU campus, to...
The University Joint Christian Mission (UJCM) of the Obafemi Awolowo University, the joint body of Christian fellowships on OAU campus, today held a Thanksgiving service to round up her week long programme; New Beginning which was tagged 'IN THE BEGINNING'. The event which was held at the Afrika Amphi Theatre witnessed a huge turnout from students from the different member fellowships on campus.
In his ministration, Engr Olumide spoke on the Christian student; academics plus spirituality. He admonished the congregation to pursue spiritual excellence in line with academics and advised them to do things to glorify God. Adding in his own words, the C.O.P coordinator of UJCM, Pastor Tunde Ayilola said "OAU is a sacred land, and it not a land where social vices will thrive". He thence warned any member of any secret or occultic group to repent from the evil deeds.
He said this in light of the rumour going round on campus that some cult members have been moving around. He also prayed for all students and the OAU community at large.