RCCG Region 24 Performs Ground Breaking Ceremony of GRRC Estate in Lokoja

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…As PICR 24, Pastor Francis Oluwalade issues subscribers allocation letters.

Pastor Francis Oluwalade has as assured subscribers that the Glory Royal Redeem City (GRRC) estate in Lokoja, Kogi state capital, will compete favourably with other developed estates in the country.

Pastor in charge of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Region 24, Pastor Oluwalade, gave the assurance during the ground breaking ceremony and official allocation of letters, with survey plan, to subscribers in Lokoja on Saturday.

The GRRC estate, at Okpache- Kungbani Community of Lokoja, is located along Lokoja-Abuja federal highway.

He called on the subscribers to see the GRRC Estate as an emerging city that will be well planned.

He described the ground breaking ceremony of the estate, which started in 2019, as a dream come true, and faith at work.

Pastor Oluwalade congratulated the Men’s Fellowship leadership of the RCCG in Region 24 for the initiative which he likened to the story of Israelis who God promised to posses Canaan Land. He said though the journey was tough, at the end it was made by faith for the Israelites to posses the land.

He thanked the subscribers for their patience and understanding, lauded the Men’s Fellowship for staying the course. He urged the subscribers to work by faith towards ensuring that the city is realized and to emerge as the best estate in the state capital.

The Regional Pastor who admonished the subscribers with Psalms 127 vs 1, said except the Lord build a city, the labourer labours in vain, urged the subscribers to look up to God for the commencement and finishing of the estate as one that would be realized.

Speaking at the occasion, Surveyor General of Kogi State, Abolarin Michael Biodun, congratulated the RCCG Region 24 for the vision to build a well planned estate, describing it as laudable.

He, however, cautioned subscribers against shifting beacons, if the intention of having a well planned estate is to be achieved.

The Surveyor General described such action of shifting landmarks as offenses against God and the Government, described such acts as one that will attract God’s judgement hereafter and prosecution by the Government, described the beacon as property of the State Government.

In a welcome remarks, Pastor Odiba, who doubles as the RCCG Excellent Men President for Region 24, described the GRRCF as a unique estate with design to make it emerge as the best estate in the city of Lokoja.

Pastor Odiba described the GRRCF as a project of faith, will be beautifully planned and safe to live in, said the vision is to have one of the best city with facilities like Market, Major and Minor Roads,  Police Station, Schools amongst other infrastructure, said it will be located on a 126 hectre of land, said the each plot has a survey plan attached with Certificate of Occupancy for each subscriber.

Speaking, the subscribers expressed appreciation to the RCCG men’s fellowship, described the ground breaking and letters given to them as a fulfilment of a life time ambition of owning an accommodation, prayed God the leadership of RCCG Region 24 as well as the men’s fellowship.

Highlights of the ceremony was the ground breaking and presentation of letters to subscribers by the Regional Pastor, Francis Oluwalade.

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