- An unnamed church has promised to pay its prayer warriors the sum of N30k
- The church called on unemployed Nigerian youths to apply for the vacant post
- The vacancy poster noted that successful applicants would be expected to pray from morning till evening
An unnamed church has called on unemployed Nigerians to apply for the post of prayer warriors in its organisation. The poster was spotted circulating the internet.
Many Nigerian churches are known to have people whose primary work is to pray for the church and its members. These people are popularly known as prayer warriors.
However, they are oftentimes members of the churches and not sourced outside.
For this unnamed church in the Aguda area of Lagos state, prayer warriors are wanted from anywhere. The poster reads that successful applicants would be expected to pray from 7:30 in the morning to 4:00 in the evening.
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The unnamed church also stated that the salary of successful applicants is well above N30,000.
Interested applicants have been encouraged to call the numbers in the poster and also send in their applications.
See the poster below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pastor Tola Odutola resigned from RCCG after serving for 30 years.
The pastor said despite his decades of service, he was never for once rewarded. In a trending video online by Nation Scoop, the pastor did not go into details surrounding the resignation but he said that he is very sure that God is a rewarder.
Odutola said that though he apologised for many who may have been disappointed by his decision, he noted that he is not going back on it.
Pastor Tola said it is expected that he would be demonised on social media for his decision, adding it is 'okay'. He, however, asked his members not to bring the reports to him.
In another story, MFM debunked the report of 'church with the highest single ladies.'
The church said contrary to the report it conducted over 150,000 weddings through its singles ministry, GEN 218, in the last decade.
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