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Pastor W.F Kumuyi All Smiles As He Meets With Osinbajo At The Presidential Villa.

Pastor W.F Kumuyi All Smiles As He Meets With Osinbajo At The Presidential Villa.

  
  

Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) has met Pastor W. Kumuyi, his wife and his entourage from the Deeper Life Bible Church.

Pastor W.F Kumuyi All Smiles As He Meets With Osinbajo At The Presidential Villa.

Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) in a handshake with Pastor W. Kumuyi

A formal visit has taken place at the Presidential Villa on Friday, June 24. Mr Femi Adesina, the special adviser on media and publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari was also present at the event.

Pastor W.F Kumuyi All Smiles As He Meets With Osinbajo At The Presidential Villa.

   
  

Yemi Osinbajo, W.F. Kumuyi and his wife at Aso Rock

In 1973, while serving as Math Lecturer at The University of Lagos, W.F. Kumuyi started a Bible study group with 15 university students who had come to him requesting training in the Scriptures.

Pastor W.F Kumuyi All Smiles As He Meets With Osinbajo At The Presidential Villa.

Pastor W. Kumuyi with his spouse at the presidential villa on June 24

By the early 1980’s that small group had grown to several thousand, at which time Deeper Life Bible Church was formally established.

By 1988 the congregation had grown to 50,000, and now numbers 120,000 members, making it the third largest Christian church in the world.

Pastor W.F Kumuyi All Smiles As He Meets With Osinbajo At The Presidential Villa.

Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) in a group photograph with Pastor W. Kumuyi, his wife Pastor Mrs. E. Kumuyi and his entourage during a courtesy visit at the Presidential Villa

Dr. Johan Combrinck reports that the Deeper Life Bible Church not only has an attendance of 120,000 every Sunday, but has planted 500 churches in Lagos, 5,000 in the rest of Nigeria (with an independent estimate of more than 800,000 members in Nigeria alone), and 3,000 elsewhere (with missionaries to 40 countries of Africa) as the movement missionary contribution.

  
  

(Source: AFNET).

  
  
  
  

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