Bishop Umunna Receives Educational Development Award for Academic Excellence

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-Declares praying and fasting for BLCC

-Advises parents to pay quality attention to their children


Bishop Leonard Umunna, the presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral (BLCC) and a multiple award-winning spirit-filled preacher, yesterday received educational development award from the top management team of his educational institutions. It was a moment of joy as Bishop Umunna dressed in his doctoral regalia to receive the award.

According to Bishop Umunna,who also doubles as a renowned professor said, he was pleased with the management of his schools for devoting their knowledge and time to see that his schools are growing at all levels in spite of the daunting economic challenges that had made many students and pupils to change to government schools. This award is prestigious to me because it is coming from my foundation.

He added that educational legacy is the key to greatness when it comes to knowledge-driven capacity and innovation. I will continue to do my best to improve on the schools’ facilities, scholarships and learning tools.

Bishop Umunna has declared January 6 to January 19 as praying and fasting period for the church members. To start a new year like this, you must communicate with God quietly and know His plans towards you. I urge all members to participate in this fasting, no matter the pressure from their working places. He also gave out Bible scriptures 1 Chronicles 18:1-17, Isaiah 43:1-28 and Psalm 92:12 as guides to read during the praying and fasting period.

Umunna also advised parents to pay quality time with their children. If you see a quality or good child, someone paid the price. Every succeeding team has a price paid for it. Every great person has a wound (mark).There is always a price for success and never give up, he said.





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