– Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christian Centre has been accepted in the Forbes Coaching Council
– The founder of Daystar Christian Centre made the disclosure on his Twitter page and expressed his satisfaction over the development
– Congratulatory messages poured in for the man of God as Nigerians flooded the comment section
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Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christian Centre has expressed his satisfaction over being accepted in the Forbes Coaching Council.
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The man of God took to his Twitter page to share the good news with his followers, saying he is excited to be part of Forbes’ prestigious publication for business leaders and executives.
Pastor Sam Adeyemi has received congratulatory messages from Nigerians after announcing his acceptance into Forbes Coaching Council.
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“I am very honored to be accepted in the Forbes Coaching Council.
“If you know anything about Forbes, they have built a prestigious publication for business leaders and executives. I am excited to be part of it all.”
A Twitter user with the handle @Ausbones wrote:
“It gladdens my heart to see this. Continue to win my dear pastor. You don’t only talk the talk, You also walk the the talk and walk the walk. Thank you for your continual inspiration. Congratulations Sir.”
Another tweep with the handle @mckennyspecial wrote:
“This is a huge win and well deserved sir. We celebrate you. We are blessed to have you in this country sir. Extend in greatness and more grace to you sir.”
“Congratulations Dr Sam! You truly are one of the best and you deserve it and more! Greater heights yet in Jesus’ name, Amen!”
Below are other reactions:
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In an earlier report by Bioreports, Pastor Adeyemi reacted to the lawsuit against him by a Nigerian activist called Kenechukwu Okeke.
Okeke recently dragged 50 celebrities who were involved in the EndSARS protest to court, claiming that they conspired to cause fear and also disturbed the peace of the nation.
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