MOG Honours Evang. Oluwafemi as Peace Ambassador

 

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Christian Ministries Welfare Initiatives (Nigeria Inc.) aka MOG, has honoured Evang. (Mrs.) E. O. Oluwafemi as an Ambassador of Peace. Christian Ministries Welfare Initiatives is a spiritually   based social movement that is saddled with the responsibility of building pastors and Christian Gospel Ministers through spiritual, corporate, governmental and economic benefits in order to promote the pastors wellbeing economically, financially, socially and academically.

Evang. Oluwafemi was chosen for the prestigious award because of her numerous contributions to the growth of the economy through her NGO, Divine Precious Women Star Development Organization (DPWSDO). Her NGO empowers women and youths with training and start up kits regularly.

Speaking to newsmen at the occasion, Evang. Oluwafemi said she had to consult with mentors, especially Senate President David Mark, when the organizers’ told her that she had been chosen for the award. She said this was to avoid what would affect her status negatively. This was why it took her a long time to accept the award.

Speaking further, she said the import of the award is that her way of life will change reflect that of an Ambassador of Peace, and this she pointed is a big challenge which she must cope plus her already highly demanding work schedule. She promised that she will not fail those who she look up to in life, and those who come to her for guidance and mentorship.

The formal presentation and celebration of the award will take at the Eagle Square at the end of the month and Senate President, David Mark will grace the occasion with other dignitaries.

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