One major problem facing the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) is lack of unity and order among the leaders of the pentecostal churches.

Rev. Felix Omobude made this assertion and being president of the association, he would know.

“No matter who you are or how successful you may be, a time will come that you will need the help of someone that is why unity is paramount.

“We have power that cannot be stopped when we are united and orderly as a church which is the body of Jesus Christ; the church of God is invisible force that cannot be stopped.

“If we come together, we can never be stopped; no power of hell can stop the united church,” Omobude restated.

Omobude made the call in his sermon entitled: “The Force of Company”, at Living Faith Church, Lokongoma on day one of his two-day Apostolic visit to Lokoja, Kogi.

Earlier, the state Chairman of PFN, Bishop TED Bako, commended the Pentecostal President for his visit to Kogi, saying it was the first of its kind since PFN was incorporated in 1985.

He said the association has been working harmoniously with other religious groups to ensure peace and unity in the state.

The state Chairman of CAN, Bishop John Ibenu, and other religious leaders across the state were present to welcome the PFN's National President.