Having worked hard, partied, travelled and had the fun of their lives, most people end up in the service of the lord.
Ask Kemi Nelson and the Southwest Women Leader of All Progressives Congress (APC), she will affirm this.
The woman announced her retirement from regular social gathering in 2016. On Tuesday, February 9, 2016, when Nelson turned 60, she was quoted saying that she was tired of partying, as she would celebrate her birthday by attending a church service at Archbishop Vining Memorial Church, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos, for a thanksgiving ceremony. True to her words, the woman has not reduced her interest in the work of God.
The Yeyesewa of Lagos had the pleasure of unveiling the commemorative plaque of Sope Parish, Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church, on Saturday, March 31. All through the commissioning of the edifice, there was no denying the fact that Nelson was at peace in the abode of God.
The event, which was graced by the high and mighty in the religious and business circles, was a testament of God’s work. Visibly present was Prophet (Dr.) Michael Abiodun Oganla (JP) among other guests.
Located at Primate Elijaj Ayodele Avenue Tipper Bus Stop, Igondo Road, Isheri Olofin, Lagos, the new parish built by Primate Ayodele in two months is indeed a masterpiece.