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Journalists Clear Prophet Agada for Honour on Oct. 18

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By Juliet Nwafor, Abuja.

The parent body of progressive journalists in Nigeria known as the National Association of Development Journalists (NADEJ) have cleared Kogi State-born popular Seer and revelator, Prophet Monday Agada (alias Oracle 1).

The young and vibrant preacher upon receipt of his clearance told his Pastors about the development during their meeting before his weekly Wednesday Deliverance Service on 14th October, 2020, adding that the merit award conferment holds on Sunday, 18th October, 2020 at the new Church auditorium located at Kuchida Across, Ushafa, Abuja.

The organisation disclosed the reasons for clearing the Seer for honour to include his selfless use of spiritual gifts to free entangled and persecuted people, as well as his youths for self-reliant living and success in life.

Prophet Agada who is regarded as a terror to Satan’s Kingdom is also to be honoured for liberating hundreds of families previously held captive by the forces of darkness and leading them to Salvation and therefore helping to build a better society.

A statement from NADEF said Agada is the first Nigerian personality to earn this recognition in Abuja adding that it is meant to encourage him to do more for the progress of the global society.

It added that the prophet has over the years engaged in various society-friendly activities that exemplify him as a Pride to the younger generation in Nigeria, including the sponsorship of the ongoing International Couple’s Day celebrations to build an healthy, United and Godly families.


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