Akute, Ogun State, Nigeria: International City of Peace
We welcome Kingsley Shola Ayinde and his colleagues who have established their community– Akute, Ogun State, Nigeria — as an International City of Peace. Kingsley has a BSC in Theology at the West Africa Theological Seminary and a BSC Religion in view at University of Nigeria, Nnsukka, an affiliate of West Africa Theological Seminary. Though the community initiative is focused on a particular religious community, International Cities of Peace wishes to emphasize that all religions and spiritual paths have the Golden Rule as a tenet of their doctrine and ethics.
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At the Ifo Local Government Council Secretariat, where the Chairperson, the Honourable Kikelomo Delano, signed a treaty proclaiming Ifo LGA an International City of Peace.
From the Global Feast For Peace in celebration of United Nations International Day Of Peace by God’s Sovereign Army of Intercessors Ministry Social Forum on Saturday September 25ft 2021 at Akute Ogun State.
On my right side on the high table is Vice Chairman of Ifo Local Government Council and two other people sent by the Council Chairperson Honorable .Kikelomo Delano, and on my left side are CDC Chairman, CDA Chairman and a representative of Nigeria Civil and Security Defence Corps in attendance.
“It was a wonderful time,” said Kingsley Ayinde, “of helping our community to see and read into their reality and desire to transform it, through dialogue and designing strategies to address their issues in a participatory manner.”
LETTER OF INTENT with Signatures
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ABOUT AKUTE, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA (from Wikipedia)
Ifo is a Local Government Area in Ogun State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Ifo at 6°49′00″N 3°12′00″E.It has an area of 521 km2 (201 sq mi) and a population of 698,837 at the 2006 census “Adebami-Tella”. The postal code of the area is 112.
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