The President of the United Apostolic Church of Christ Rev. Dr. James Bayo Owoyemi Visited Osemawe Of Ondo Kingdom, His Imperial Majesty Oba Dr. Victor Adesimbo Kiladejo Cfr Jilo in his Palace.
In a statement signed by the UACC Media Director, Pastor Paul. Erakhifu, the UACC President and General Overseer, Rev. Dr. Owoyemi appreciated the Osemawe for receiving and welcoming him and his entourage in his palace. He said, “I am very glad to meet with Kabiyesi, his Imperial Majesty in his domain.”
Rev. Owoyemi stressed that the visit was to have a close relationship with the palace because his Imperial Majesty is a son of UACC and the fact that the missionary headquarters of the mission is in Ondo state and visiting the palace is a must and a privilege.
Rev Owoyemi commended the impact of the late mother of the Oba, prophetess Juliana, for her selfless service to the mission during her lifetime. “Her impact cannot be forgotten so soon,” he added
Furthermore, Rev. Owoyemi used the opportunity to inform Oba Kiladejo about the mission’s 60th National Convention, where the mission will honor prophetess juliana’s impact with a posthumous award.
In his response, Oba Kiladejo thanked Rev. Owoyemi, his wife, and his entourage, for coming to visit him in his Palace.
The visibly excited Oba said his mother’s church is his church too and promised to do everything possible to support the President and the mission at large and that there would be a close relationship between the palace and the mission.
Oba Kiladejo urged the mission to keep praying for Ondo Kingdom, Ondo State, and Nigeria at large.
In conclusion, the Rev. Owoyemi prayed for the Oba and Ondo Kingdom, that the Oba and his subjects would not experience mayhem but peace and harmony throughout the reign of the Oba.
Those who accompanied the president on the visit were the President’s wife, Rev. Mary Owoyemi, Gen Sec. Rev. Oluwatuse, Gen Evang, Rev. Idowu Alo, Gen Fin, Dayo Adeusi, Deputy, Dir, Admin. Pst. Tope Adeusi, Dir. Protocol, Pst. Daramola, Media aides, Pst. Oluwole Ayandeji, Gabriel Adebobola, Ayodele Aduloju among. Others.