The fourth edition of the State monthly fasting and prayers by the Cross River State Indigenous Gospel Ministers Forum (CRSIGMF) for the prosperity of the State and the government of Senator (Prince) Bassey Edet Otu, has coincided with his 100 Days in Office. Hence, necessitated the theme: “Thank You Lord For A 100 Days In Office And Great Victories Ahead.”
“This apostolic ritual has come to stay and it’s to be observed across the State by both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Ministers of the Gospel at their various domains with other faithful who converged on a designated Church within their locations to fast and pray to God, seeking His face to our answers of supplications and bless Cross River State.”
In his meet and greet with the Press the State Chairman of the Indigenous Gospel Ministers Forum, Evangelist Stephen Atunkanre, with some of his colleagues in attendance, told reporters that, their motive was borne out of the supernatural power of God in answering prayers, especially of the faithfuls who seek Him in earnest.
“We as Minister of the Gospel of Christ have a huge part to play for the spiritual needs of our people and government to usher peace and prosperity; showing the partway to salvation.
“And like we’ve always said amongst ourselves, Prince Otu is a blessing from God to Cross River State because he’s a Minister of the gospel of God, as well as his dear wife.
“Our prayers to God Almighty is that may He not look on our sins but on our faith and trust in Him as His chosen people to bestow upon us, His blessings in grace through mercy in love of Jesus Christ and humanity, ” he said.
The September edition comes up on Sunday 24th September, 2023, by 1 pm prompt at the Heaven Way Church, State Library Complex, Calabar.
Activities include Ministration, Praises, and Worship. Prophetic declaration and dedication of Governor Otu’s Govt. and Cross River State unto God and Nigeria by extension.
The Indigenous Gospel Ministers behind the State Monthly Fasting and Prayers are, Apostle Isaiah Bassey. Pastor (Dr.) Edet Okon. Pastor (Dr.) Gab Etta. Bishop (Dr.) Martin Aquah. Rev. Stephen Edet Etim and Evangelist Stephen Atunkanre.