Playright Entertainment hosts Apostle Wole Oladiyun, Pastor Femi Enigbokan and others at Colours of Freedom 2014

Playright Entertainment a gospel entertainment company will be having their annual programme Colours of freedom on the 29th of May 2014 with the theme The Repairers… The Trinity Edition.
The world at large is thirsting for something that the world itself lacks. We as sons and daughters of God carries the mandate to repair old waste places and repair breaches which will make the world come to the brightness of our light. This is why we are called The Repairers. The Repairers will be a launch to activating the era of youth exhibiting power.
The Repairers will have notable men of God like Apostle Wole Oladiyun; the senior pastor of Christ Living spring Apostolic Ministry (CLAM), Pastor Femi Enigbokan; the Media and Publicity director of RCCG Youths National, St Paul Peters, Demola Adebayo amidst others.
Music ministers like the House of Playright which has Iretioluwa, Silva, Princess Bolu, Omoba TCoal and Sarumi sax will be ministering alongside Daniel Blessing, kemi Adenuga, Confidence’ the rare breed and Bola Ola. A short film series that talks about issues affecting youths and adults alike will also be priemered and released on that day.
According to Mr Sam Amure, the Coordinator for the Trinity Edition; God has promised salvation, marital reunions, prosperity, healing, deeper understanding of His purpose for lives, repair of broken homes and Gods intervention in all spheres of lives.
The event venue is St.Anthony’s Event Centre, Opposite St. Francis Catholic Church, off Liasu road, Council Bus Stop, Idimu, Lagos. The time is 12noon.
Colours of freedom is an annual programme organised by Playright Entertainment to celebrate the freedom Christ has freely given and walking in the totality of that freedom.
This years will be the third edition since the inception in 2012.

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