How Nigerians Celebrated Bishop Leonard Umunna@70,Members,Ministers And Friends Appreciated The Grace Upon Him

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How Nigerians Celebrated Bishop Leonard Umunna@70,Members,Ministers And Friends Appreciated The Grace Upon Him

Bishop Leonard Umunna

The birthday anniversary of Bishop Leonard Umunna has left a lasting impression on all who attended. As the presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral (BLCC), Bishop Leonard Umunna was overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and gifts from members and friends alike. In his humble response, he emphasized his role as a servant of God, urging everyone to exalt the Maker above all else. He expressed gratitude for the birthday wishes received both online and offline, noting the progress made by members.

During the celebration, Bishop Leonard Umunna also launched his album and book titled “Divine Wealth and Success, Unlocking the Abundance Within,” which was reviewed by Ambassador Godday Odidi, Editor of Gabriovoice.com, highlighting the importance of integrity and honesty in building streams of income. He advised Christians on the value of repayment when borrowing. The event was graced by the presence of His Royal Majesty Oba Moruf Oyekunle Atanda Amodu Tijani, the Olu Iwa, and the Apapa Kingdom, who praised Bishop Leonard Umunna’s youthful appearance and expressed a desire to be younger than his age.

The atmosphere was filled with joy as guests, friends, and family members shared touching testimonies of Bishop Leonard Umunna’s impact both in Nigeria and abroad. The celebration featured good music, delicious food, drinks, and gifts for all attendees. Bishop Leonard Umunna even organized a birthday quiz competition for the youths, with winners taking home trophies. The presence of a distinguished traditional ruler added a special touch to the event, with prayers offered for protection over his throne.


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