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Deaconess Tobore Oborevwori cutting the tape of the Chapel at Isoko North Local Government Secretariat inaugurated by her on Wednesday, March 6, 2024
Deaconess Tobore Oborevwori cutting the tape of the Chapel at Isoko North Local Government Secretariat inaugurated by her on Wednesday, March 6, 2024

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Deaconess Oborevwori Inaugurates Isoko North LGA Chapel, Urges Commitment to God


The wife of Delta State Governor and founder of the You Matter Charity Foundation, Deaconess Tobore Oborevwori, has urged Christians not to forsake their commitment to God because of their political positions.

Deaconess Oborevwori conveyed this message on Wednesday during the inauguration of a Chapel built within the secretariat of Isoko North Local Government Area by the Council’s Chairman, Deacon Christian Iteire.

She lauded the council chairman for conceiving and successfully completing the chapel, emphasizing that it was an honour for him to establish a place of worship for God. She added that the historic project should serve as a reminder to Christians of their responsibilities in the House of God, irrespective of their societal roles.

Deaconess Oborevwori said, “Today, we are here to celebrate the expansion of the Kingdom of God. The Church is recognized as a place where people of all tribes and classes come together to offer their supplications before God. It is a place where solutions to problems are sought, a sanctuary for fellowship among the saints.

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“This project serves as a wake-up call, reminding us of our duties in the House of God. I implore those attending worship here: let it not be business as usual. This is not a political space but the house of the living God. As you serve God in this place, you will witness His wonders in Jesus’ name.

“We are facing challenging times in our nation; this is the time to be faithful and sincere in serving God. Our positions should not lead us away from the presence of God; there are numerous benefits in serving the Lord. I pray that we flourish and harvest greatly this season.”

Deaconess Tobore Oborevwori cutting the tape of the Chapel at Isoko North Local Government Secretariat inaugurated by her on Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Deaconess Tobore Oborevwori cutting the tape of the Chapel at Isoko North Local Government Secretariat inaugurated by her on Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Isoko North Local Government Council Chapel

Isoko North Local Government Council Chapel

The governor’s wife renamed the chapel, initially named after her, to Trinity Chapel. She declared the worship center as a “mountain of solution where sorrows will be turned to joy, difficult questions will find answers, the sick will be healed, the oppressed will be delivered, the troubled will find peace, and testimonies will never cease in this place. Amen!”

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In his earlier address, the council chairman, Deacon Iteire, explained that he decided to construct the Chapel to “serve as a place of worship for our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by the Officials and Staff of the Local Government Council, as well as for the hosting of other Christian gatherings.”

He revealed that the decision to name the Chapel as such was in acknowledgment of Deaconess Oborevwori’s “role as a prayer warrior, who carries the burden of the state on the altar of prayer.” He added, “You are not only a pillar of moral and political support but more importantly, a pillar of spiritual support.”

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The council boss expressed gratitude to God for the grace to complete the project promptly and assured that it would be utilized solely for the glory of God and the spiritual benefits of the people of Isoko North Local Government Area.

The event, attended by top government officials, traditional rulers, clergymen, and other dignitaries from within and outside the local government area, featured songs of praise, prayers, a sermon, dedication of the altar, and goodwill messages.


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