• 16 Jan 2022 8:09 pm


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Oba Kabir Adewale Shotobi (Ayangburen of Ikorodu Kingdom) keeps expressing his gratitude to God during this yuletide season not just by his words but his consecutive litigations in this last 2021 quarter

Evident in a second day royal Christmas carol session held at the pavilion ground of the paramount ruler’s palace on the 16th of December, which saw the sixth Association Of Jerusalem Pilgrims taking the centre stage to lead the solemn program

Similar to its previous, this session featured 9 lessons (taken by HRM, Oba Kabir Adewale Shotobi, Otunba Ayodele Elesho, Shepherd Michael Ogunbiyi and Reverend B.O Dawodu), 4 hymns (by the sixth association of Jerusalem pilgrims choir), word exhortation and lighting of candles

According to the president of the religious body, “This is the 6th Christmas carol since its inception in 2016 which HRM, Oba Kabir Adewale Shotobi has been hosting in his palace and we thank God for keeping us alive to witness it once again”

“Our feet can be instruments of righteousness as we go where the Lord leads us. Our hands can be instruments of righteousness as the Love of Christ motivates us to serve others. Our mouth can be an instrument of righteousness with words that Honour God and build up others”

“As we celebrate Christmas this year, Our ears can be instruments of righteousness by being receptive to God’s word. Our mind can be an instrument of righteousness by taking our thoughts captive and making them obedient to Christ” Reverend B.O Dawodu Added

In his words of encouragement, HRM (Oba Kabir Adewale Shotobi) urged Christian enthusiastic across Ikorodu division to centre their yuletide season in giving thanks to God for all he has done while believing God for better things ahead

“I and our Olori (Kudirat Abosede Shotobi) is a strong believer in the Pilgrim practice and we hope to embark on it to strengthen our spiritual faith and saunter with God”

“As we go into the festive season proper, let us not be carried away by the merriment and penalty our focus, this period is a time to look back as a form of soul searching and thank God for providing and sustaining us through numerous economic and community challenges”

“God that has preserved us to witness this Christmas will safeguard us to all see the next one and make us enjoy the fruits of our labour” HRM proclaimed

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