Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has announced Bishop Francis Wale-Oke, the new National President of the Fellowship for a tenure of four years.
According to TheNewsGuru, a statement by Mr Kayode Oladeji, media aide to Wale-Oke, on Wednesday in Ibadan, said the cleric was unanimously elected by PFN National Advisory Council (NAC), on Tuesday, in Enugu State.
Oladeji said Wale-Oke, who was the National Deputy President of the fellowship before his election, would be taking over from Rev. Felix Omobude, the General Superintendent of New Covenant Gospel Church, who had completed his tenure.
He said Wale-Oke, who is also the proprietor of the Precious Cornerstone University (PCU) Ibadan, was elected as the 7th helmsman of the fellowship.
According to the statement, other elected officers of the fellowship are Archbishop John Praise Daniel of Dominion Chapel, Abuja, National Deputy President, Rev. Cosmas Ilechukwu of Charismatic Renewal Ministry, Owerri, National Secretary.
Rev. Sam Aboyeji of the Foursquare Gospel Church, was elected as the National Treasurer, while Pastor John Ayodele of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) emerged as the National Auditor.
Bishop Francis Wale Oke is the President and founder of The Sword of The Spirit Ministries International with the Headquarters located in Ibadan City, Oyo State, Nigeria.
For over thirty years, he has conducted mass crusades all over Nigeria with crowd of thousands in a single service.
He also conducts a prayer and intercession programme at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria tagged “The Nigeria Turning Point”. The programme has brought millions of people together to pray for the peace and prosperity of Nigeria.
Francis Wale Oke has authored several titles including a best selling book: Alone With God.
In 1999, by a dramatic Divine interposition Francis Wale Oke was consecrated a Bishop.
He is married to Victoria and they are blessed with children.