Dominic Iorfa And Lobi Stars FC Fraternity Go Spiritual As The Team Look Forward To Maintain Their Smooth Run In The NPFL


Saint Michael Rectory Catholic Church, Bua Ameladu, Gboko, was today filled to capacity as the Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lobi Stars Football Club, Dominic Iorfa alongside staff and players returned to God with a heart full of thanksgiving for the abundance of blessings upon the Club.

Mr Iorfa while expressing happiness narrated what God has done for Lobi Stars since he took over the affairs of the club. He noted that, they were at Saint Michael Rectory just like the leper in the bible who returned to give glory to God when he was healed of leprosy.

He sought for more prayers from the priest for God’s abundance blessings upon the club, going into the second stanza adding that, just as God did it when he took over the affairs of the Club last year, he is confidence He would do it even much more this season.

Earlier in his sermon, the priest in charge of the Rectory, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Asue narrated how Jesus healed the blind man that had faith, noting that, it is good to give thanks to God for more blessings.

According to Fr. Asue, God has answered the prayers of Lobi Stars as they are now on top of the group “B” of Abridged League and assured them that God will bring more surprises to the team going into the second stanza.

The second stanza of the NPFL season will be commencing this weekend.

High point of the thanksgiving mass was prayers for management/staff and players of the club as seen in the pictures below.

Credit: Lobi Stars Media


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