Valentine Ozigbo Attends Dedication Of The Cathedral Chapel Of Revival, Ihiala

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Valentine Ozigbo, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in the recently concluded Anambra guber election, was in Ihiala on Saturday, December 18, 2021, for the dedication of the Cathedral Chapel of Revival.

The St Silas Cathedral Chapel of Revival is in the Ihiala Diocese of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and was built and tastefully furnished by Barr Donald Chidi Amamgbo, a successful lawyer and philanthropist.

His Grace, Most Rev. Dr Henry Ndukuba, the Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, officiated the dedication service while Rt. Rev. Prof Israel Okoye, the Bishop of Ihiala Diocese, served as the host.

Several respected clergymen, priests, and hundreds of Anglican faithful, including His Grace, Most Rev Alexander Ibezim, the Archbishop of Niger Province and Bishop of Awka Diocese; Rt Rev Owen Nwokolo, Bishop on the Niger; Rt Rev Capt Johnson Ekwe, the Bishop of Niger West; Rt. Rev. Obiora Uzochukwu, the Bishop of Mbamili; Rt Rev. Dr Chijioke Oti, the Bishop of the Diocese on the Lake; Rt. Rev. Dr Geoffrey N. Chukwunenye, the Bishop of Oru; and the Rt. Rev. Gabriel O. Elabor, the Bishop of Esan.

In his sermon, Primate Ndukuba thanked God for the beautiful edifice and prayed that the chapel serves as a fertile ground for believers to reap from the blessings of God’s kingdom.

The Primate also appreciated Barr. Amamgbo, whose contribution built the chapel. He prayed for heaven to reward Amamgbo “with blessings like King Solomon” whom the Bible records was abundantly blessed after building a befitting place of worship for God.

While speaking to journalists after the event, Mr Ozigbo congratulated Barr. Amamgbo for undertaking such a worthy project and seeing to its completion.

“Today, I celebrate my dear friend, Don Amamgbo, on the dedication of the chapel, the best I have seen around, which he has erected in his home diocese.

“It’s inspiring to see individuals who are large-hearted, thoughtful, and charitable to give back to God and society from the little which they have been blessed with.

“As he has opened his purse to sow this seed, I pray for God’s grace, endless blessings, and divine favour upon his life. I also pray that this chapel brings the gospel to the people and serve as a fountain of blessing to the Lord’s Flock,” Ozigbo, a multiple award-winning CEO, said.

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