Jehovah’s Witnesses Set To Hold Special Convention, Tag It ‘Abuja 2020’

The religious organization of Jehovah’s Witnesses will be holding its first ever special convention in Nigeria come November 20, 2020 in Abuja. The special convention which will draw people from all parts of the world will be attended by thousands and is slated to hold at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja. All events are seen on the JW event website.

This spiritual gathering is a way to celebrate their spiritual heritage, and they make connections with their fellow ‘brothers and sisters’ from several congregations and embrace their differences, learning from one another. At the convention, there will be an opportunity to learn proverbs from some of the languages from the numerous ethnic groups that exists in Nigeria, and it will be an exciting moment for all that attend.
Jehovah’s Witnesses preaching
For the record, the first convention of this kind was hosted in 1970, and it had a massive number of 121,128 people in attendance, and this would be 50 years since the maiden edition. Who knows? There could be special activities for the 50th anniversary because it is such a special record.
Despite the convention being in late 2020, there are special preparations made for it, and you could check out the website for the convention and surf how the preparations progress. Check out the invited branches below.
If you’re looking to attend the convention, here are the eligibility requirements from the convention’s website.

JW EVENT START DATE

November 2020

PROGRAM LANGUAGES

English

Igbo

Pidgin (West Africa)

Yoruba

INVITED BRANCHES

Benin

Cameroon

Canada

Central African Republic

Côte dʹIvoire

Ghana

Kenya

Liberia

Scandinavia

Senegal

United States

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