A factory Coca-Cola Company used to mix and bottle “soft drinks” has now been converted into a church, reports say.
The factory, which the company used to package Limca and Gold Spot in Nigeria, has reportedly been bought by Living Faith Church Worldwide, alias Winners Chapel.
The factory-turned-church is located in Ibereko and is now being used as a prayer ground for Winners Chapel members who gather to watch live broadcasts of Shiloh, the church’s annual convention.
Ibereko is located in the Badagry area of Lagos, a neighbouring state to Ogun where the international headquarters of Winners Chapel is located.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the security situation in Nigeria, Winners Chapel founder Bishop David Oyedepo is hosting a limited number of people at this year’s Shiloh. He told church members to tune in via satellite at their local assemblies.
On Tuesday, Winners Chapel, Ibereko, reportedly began using the former factory for “satallite Shiloh”. The church reportedly bought the property after its previous operators closed shop.
The main event is holding at the church headquarters — Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, Ota, Ogun State.
This year’s Shiloh is tagged “Turnaround Encounter”.