In Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire: “Liberia Impact Nations” Crusade Launched


The General Overseer and Founder of the Messages de Vie Ministry of Cote D’Ivoire, Pastor Mohammed Sanogo, has launched a three-week crusade for Liberia, “Liberia Impact Nations”, slated for November 2021.

   Preaching during his regular Sunday service in Abidjan on September 19, 2021, Pastor Sanogo said in 1999 he received a vision and revelation for Liberia to organize a healing and deliverance impartation crusade in three cities in Liberia: Ganta, Kakata and Monrovia.

   The Messages de Vie Ministry’s overseer said the revelation he received stated clearly that since Liberia is the first African nation all other nations will be blessed if Liberia is blessed, saying that the blessing will flow to all other nations from the first nation. He added that for this reason his ministry will be in Liberia in November 2021 to conduct a three-week impartation crusade. “If the first is pure all other bodies will be pure, if the first is sick all the others will be sick,” he stated.

   According to Pastor Sanogo, the “Impact Nations” is a revival and evangelism program inspired by the Lord for the healing and restoration of nations, disclosing that so far two nations have been impacted by his program: Central Africa Republic in 2014 and 2017, and Haiti in 2018. He said he was honored to meet His Excellency President George Manneh Weah in Liberia.

   In the congregation, the visiting Foreign Minister, H.E. Ambassador Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr., who was given the opportunity to make remarks, said Liberia is in full support of the crusade, which will impact the lives of many Liberians.

   Minister Kemayah said this revelation is not from man but from the Almighty God, noting that Liberians have given their unflinching support to the work of God, Pastor Sanogo and his team.

   Minister Kemayah said, as a country they need all the prayers and divine intervention from God to strengthen the nation.

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