Christian pilgrims return home from Jerusalem

Christians in Jerusalem

Christians in Jerusalem

from OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos, Nigeria
LAGOS, (CAJ News) – THE 20 Nigerian pilgrims whose religious voyage to Jerusalem a local mobile network operator recently sponsored have returned to the country.

The pilgrims, arrived through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, from the Holy Land where they visited Mount of Olives, River Jordan, Nazareth, St. Peter’s Church, Mount Tabor, Mount Nebo, Jericho Mount of Calvary, the Tomb of Jesus, the Wailing Wall, the Garden of Gethsemane and the Sea of Galilee among other places..

Welcoming the pilgrims back, the Chief Marketing Officer of MTN Nigeria, Bayo Adekanmbi, while welcoming the sponsored customers back home, explained that the strategic focus for this initiative is to show support to MTN Christian subscribers.

“We are committed to the total wellbeing of our customers as we drive to make their lives brighter through our propositions, products and value-added services. This is one of such initiatives aimed at uplifting and encouraging our subscribers to get closer to God,” said Adekanmbi.

He said the company would continue to go the extra mile in providing exciting innovative initiatives geared at enhancing its customers’ whole new digital experience, while encouraging them to be better in their various fields of human endeavour.

“Through our bold new digital Value Added Services like the daily devotionals, Bible quotes, sermons, songs, prayers, hymns, callertunez,and other spiritually uplifting and faith enriching contents, we keep them connected to their maker on a daily basis.”

– CAJ News

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