Following the Feb­ruary 24, 2017 judgment of the Supreme Court which ended the three-year leadership crisis of the Assemblies of God, the Church’s General Su­perintendent, Rev. Chidi Okoroafor has sued for peace.
Okoroafor and mem­bers of the Execu­tive Committee of the church had last week taken over their Evangel House, National Sec­retariat as the police in Enugu vowed to main­tain law and order with­in the area.
In an open letter to all the pastors and members of the church who iden­tified with the former leader of the church, Rev Paul Emeka, Okoroafor maintained that with the return of peace, the church should be united once more and move forward.
In the letter signed by the General Secretary, Rev.Godwin Amaowoh, the church reaffirmed its earlier position to extend a generous olive branch to all pastors and members who for no reason or the other were on the other side to re­turn as soon as possible.
He insisted that the resolution of the cri­sis was not about who won but the Assemblies of God,H adding that the olive branch would pave the way for those who were deceived and fought against the church to return to the mega fold as brethren where they rightly be­long.
“Enough is enough. The Assemblies of God Nigeria remains one, united and indivisible church- The Authority