Winners @ Work @ Oju-Ore Roundabout!

 For regular worshippers at Faith Tabernacle, headquarters of the Living Faith Church, the mere mention of Oju-Ore, a popular roundabout on the Sango Ota-Idiroko expressway, will evoke the feelings of lateness to church or sweating in traffic for long hours. The name has come to be synonymous with gridlock in the true sense of the word. Every Sunday as members travel from far and near to attend any of the four services at Canaanland, they are met with what many have described as the 'Mother of all traffic jams.' 

However, it is no longer business as usual as the church authorities have characteristically shown once again that the end-time church is truly a City of Refuge. As of the time of writing this, work is going on at the hitherto trouble roundabout courtesy of Winners' Chapel, as the church is also called, and the traffic situation for the past two Sundays has changed for the better. As shown in the picture above, interlocking stones are being deployed to put paid to the traffic snarl as that portion of the road has been known for. 

As the Winners' family prepare for Shiloh 2014, the annual gathering of members worldwide which comes up on December 9 to 13 2014,, relief has indeed come for intending attendees as a smooth ride awaits them.


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