Sunday, 9 August 2015

‘I was once a motor park tout,’ Ortom testified at RCCG convention

 Thousands of faithfuls gathered at the Redemption Camp in what has been described as the most attended yearly convention of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

From across all parts of the world, the worshippers held electrifying sessions of praise and worship, as general Overseer of the church, Pastor Enoch Adeboye enjoined them to believe God for supernatural encounters.

The Executive Governor of Benue State, Dr.Samuel Ortom, was one of the dignitaries that attended the convention, where he told the story of his life, saying he started as a motor park tout.

Governor Ortom gave the testimony in appreciation of what God has done in his life, particularly during the last elections. According to him, he dropped out of secondary school in 1979 and had to take to distant learning and tutorials to go through all levels of education and to the point of Doctorate degree. “I dropped out of school at form two in 1979 he said.

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