Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria Elects New President

The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria has elected Bishop Francis Wale-Oke as the new National President of the Association for four years.

According to Kayode Oladeji, media aide to Bishop Oke, the cleric, who is also the Presiding Bishop, Sword of the Spirit Ministries, Ibadan was elected by PFN National Advisory Council in Enugu.

Bishop Oke would take over from Rev. Felix Omobude, the General Superintendent of New Covenant Gospel Church, who had completed his tenure.

Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria gathered that Bishop Oke was elected as the seventh helmsman of the fellowship. Before his appointment, Bishop Oke was the National Deputy President of the Association.

Pentecostal Fellowship Of Nigeria Elects New President
Bishop Wale Oke.

Other elected officers are Archbishop John Praise Daniel, Rev. Cosmas Ilechukwu, Rev. Sam Aboyeji, who emerged as the National Treasurer.

Also, Pastor John Ayodele of the Redeemed Christian Church of God emerged as the National Auditor.

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