The Lagos State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board (LSCPWB) on Sunday night airlifted its 2nd batch of pilgrims to the kingdom of Jordan.
Addressing the pilgrims at the Chapel of Christ the Light, Alausa, Ikeja, before the airlift, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Christian Religion, Rev.Bukola Adeleke, admonished the intending pilgrims to be of good conduct while representing their family, Lagos, Nigeria and the body of Christ well.
“It is a spiritual journey ordained by God for you to seek His face for yourself, family, Lagos and Nigeria” he said.
Rev. Adeleke also urged them to keep to the Covid 19 protocol as the virus is still ravaging the world.
He thanked Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu for his support towards the pilgrimage and also providing enabling environment for the body of Christ in Lagos State.
Earlier, the Presiding Chaplain, Chapel of Christ the Light, Ven.Ezekiel Oluwadare prayed for the intending pilgrims and encourage them to take advantage of the various sites to be visited, especially Mount Nebo where Prophet Moses completed his ministry and River Jordan, the traditional baptismal site of our Lord Jesus Christ.
He also applauded the 1st Batch of pilgrims for conducting themselves appropriately.
The first batch of 250 pilgrims to the kingdom of Jordan were airlifted on Thursday August 5, 2021 and are back in the country.