The Moorhouse Ikoyi Lagos
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We had a very pleasant Sabbath here in Lagos. Services began at 10:30am. Once again, Mr. Mickelson and I shared split – sermons. Following services we enjoyed the opportunity to fellowship and touch base with our spiritual family here.
Each of the three times I have been in *****ia, I have had opportunity to attend in the Lagos congregation. In many ways, it is like ...
From there we resumed our journey back towards Lagos, stopping for a few hours in the city of Ibadan, the capital of OYO State . There we visited with two more of the Omorodion’s daughters, Noshi and Iyabo, who are attending University there. After meeting them for lunch, we wandered through the onsite university zoo. Before we left, we paid a short visit to Mr. Peter Oladeni as well.
Mark Mickelson, Oludare Akinbo, Akeem Yakub and I will be heading out in the morning to begin visiting our congregations and brethren across *****ia. Our plan is to be in the Benin City congregation for the Sabbath.
I consider these road trips to be a great education and adventure as they take us into regions that function quite ...
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The Cape Coast Slave Castle is now a popular tourist attraction. It sits up on a bluff which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. The surrounding region has become a busy town supported by the fishing industry. As I stood on top of the fort wall lined with cannons, I could look down and watch the local fishermen mending their nets and going in and out in their hand paddled fishing boats. It felt like I had ...
Lagos is the place to go if you would like to experience the luxury of an armed escort and the oddity of standing out as an obvious foreigner. Since I once attended a montessori school where my skin color was not in the majority, I was strangely at ease. It helped that one of my collegues was from Lagos and told the rest of us about the place from her own local ...