DIaDeRC Collaborates with CEPDeR to organise Seminar on ‘Determinants & Implications of Pentecostal Movement in Africa’

After four working visits to one of the world’s most audacious worship auditorium project site in Africa and collecting data from the ongoing construction of the 100,000 Seating capacity site of ‘The Ark’ of the Living Faith Church, Winners’ Chapel International, Canaanland, Ogun State, a doctoral scholar from University of Chicago, United States of America, and Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy and Development Research (CEPDeR) of Covenant University, Daniel J. Sonnenstuhl, is set to present his preliminary findings at a seminar jointly organized by two research-based institutions.

The seminar with the theme ‘Determinants and Implications of Pentecostal Movement in Africa: Evidence from Nigeria’ is a collaboration between Centre for Economic Policy and Development Research (CEPDeR) of Covenant University and DEPECOS Institutions and Development Research Centre (DIaDeRC).

The event which will be held on Monday, July 15, 2024, at the Seminar Room, School of Postgraduate Studies (SPS), Covenant University, and would be streamed to selected media platform. To be part of this seminar visit  http://bit.ly/DIaDeRC_CEPDeR_Seminar to register.

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