Goldcity Gospel Ministry To Host Calabar Praise And War Night Service  

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By Ilam, Patricia

Goldcity Gospel Ministry International will be hosting Praise and War Night service in Calabar, the Cross River State Capital.

According to a press release made available to our newsroom The programme which is set to herald the Easter celebration will commence on Friday 5th of April, 2019 by 9:30pm and end with an Easter Sunday service scheduled for April 21st, 2019 by 8:30am.

Series of events marking the period include ministration from Dr. Trinity and Pastor Peace Ogar, Pastor Elijah Oyelade (Abuja), Chris N D (Umuahia), Pastor Femi (Calabar), Pastor Victor Winn, Pastor Glory Praise, Last Prophet, Pearls of Gold, Elder Josiah, Amb. Zeal, Vessel of Gold, Charliebaz, Ambassadors Chorale and many more.

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