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WIMI Launched in Bo

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WIMI Launched in Bo


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WIMI is not a political organization.  WIMI is not a church nor does it seek to plant churches.  We will establish training centers and will be teaching in discussion formats, where students and instructors will dialogue, and certificates issued upon completion.  General conferences will be held annually or bi-annually TBA.  We value being used by God for the deliverance of women.  We accomplish our core values through fervent intercession and transformational mentoring.  For more information, visit our website: www.wimiwomen.org or contact the WIMI International Coordinator at 232-79-366-603.

The program has now been extended to the provinces, starting with Bo District.  WIMI is an international women’s training and empowerment program with headquarters based in Montgomery, Alabama.

The visionary Pastor Kemi Searcy, co-pastor of Fresh Anointing House of Worship is the founder and president of WIMI International.  WIMI chapters are based in the USA. UK, Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Congo and Sierra Leone. The WIMI Bo Branch Launching included a parade by women from all over Bo District who marched from Clock tower through Tinkoko Road and Dambara Road to the St. Francis campus on Sawyer Street.

The Bo District government officials and other city counsel leaders were in full attendance including the honorable Mayor of Bo Town, His Lordship Mayor Harold Tucker, Provincial Secretary, Counselor Mary Koker, Alex Nallo Ombudsman.  Major political leaders were also in attendance.  Also in attendance were NGOs and other community development and religious leaders from World Vision, Non-State Actors, Ecobank Microfinance, Njala University.

Dr. Lauretta Will Sillah, CEO/Founder of PeFoHD and International Coordinator of WIMI, casted the WIMI Vision and Mission (Motivating Women to Reach Women, to Edify, Encourage and Empower Women to the Prophetic Destinies.  She shared with the audience all the activities of PeFoHD and WIMI.

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