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A Nigerian Prophet: Prophet Monday Agada Bags NADEJ's Pioneer Merit Award in Abuja

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A Nigerian Prophet: Prophet Monday Agada Bags NADEJ's Pioneer Merit Award in Abuja by Daudupress(1): Mon 26, October, 2020




The National Association of Development Journalists, NADEJ, has on Sunday presented a Pioneer Merit award to the General Overseer of Faith Arena Prophetic and Deliverance Ministry, Prophet Monday Patrick Agada as a [i]GLOBAL ICON OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.


The award presentation that took place at the church auditorium in Kuchida Across, Ushafa, Abuja was Indeed meritorious as the Prophet was descirbed by the members of the church as a philanthropist and a humanitarian clergyman.


The chief delegate of the team of delegates from NADEJ, Mr. Emmanuel Daudu, Managing Director, Africa Security Investigation while presenting the award stated that it is of great pleasure to discover through detailed research that Prophet Monday P. Agada have been consistent in contributing his quota towards the emergence of a better Nigerian and global Society.

Commending the Prophet, "we commend your sense of patriotism, sacrifices, and raw passion for service, which had nothing to do with the tribe, culture, gender, religion, race or colour of the beneficiaries of you empowerment initiatives and humanitarian services. This approach to life makes you a unique and deteibalised philanthropist".


Daudu who in his speech disclosed that the association for the past three years have been following the trend of the Prophet's activities noted that his love for humanity, especially his heart of gold and commitment to improve the living conditions of the less-priviledged citizens in the aociety while helping them to survive and succeed in life have been noted and due for recognition.
"To us, your style of charity and pump-action for the survival of widows and orphans, is unequalled compared to the ratings of your contemporaries.

We also note your resolve, upon your call to serve in the Lord's vineyard as a Seer and Revelator, to sustain the firing power at destroying the agents and forces of darkness so as to depopulate the kingdom of Satan while populating God's Kingdom. We say kudos as we urge you to keep fit in this direction.


It is on account of the fact that you have contributed selflessly and consistently towards helping the government to develop our country in various sectors that we found you to be fit for this historic, aimed at encouraging you and your congregation to offer more society-friendly services".

Congratulating him, "we congratulate you for your credibility as a character, and originality of work which are the two qualities that combine to mark you out and to earn you this merit award", he said.


The recipient, Prophet Monday Agada reacting to the award presentation dedicated it to his lovely wife Mrs. Agada, his mother and the entire widows in the church, stressing that their prayers is really working for him. While making the statement, massive tears rolled down his cheeks retrospecting how his mother suffered with his siblings bringing them up after the death of their father who passed on at the early part of his life.
"I can feel the pains widows go through, I can feel the pains my mother went through bringing us up after the death of our father", he said shading tears as he nods his head uncontrollably.


At the end of the event, which was coupled with a birthday celebration of the recipient, widows went home with bags of rice, other food items and cash which was aimed at subsidising their sundry costs of transportation. It was disclosed that over fifty (50) of them turned out to be beneficiaries.

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