Christ MercyLand Deliverance Ministry is an international church based in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. Founded by Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, Christ MercyLand Church is a powerful prophetic and deliverance ministry, also known as The Arena of Solution and Power.
Christ MercyLand Deliverance Ministry is located at K/m 5, Effurun – Warri, Sapele, Warri, Delta State, Nigeria.
About the Founder, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin
Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin was born in Burutu, Warri, Delta State, Nigeria on 15 February 1972. Born into a polygamous home, Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin is the 22 child out of the 36 children by his father, Late Livingson Stevenson Toboukeyei Fufeyin and mother Asetu.
He had his primary school education at Zuokunor Primary School in Burutu L.G.A of Delta State between 1981 and 1986. His secondary education was at Gbesa Grammar School Ojobo, between 1986–1992.
He is married to Anthonia Fufeyin and they are blessed with four children: Harriet, Kindness, Goodness and Happiness.
How to Visit Christ MercyLand Deliverance Ministry
The church hosts visitors from around the world daily. Visitors lodge in the church hostel normally for a week and attend the church deliverance programs. There are also nearby hotels where visitors can lodge.
International visitors can fill a form on the church’s website and schedule an official visit.
Alternatively, you can more quickly and easily plan your trip to Nigeria and attend Christ Mercyland Deliverance Church if you contact us.
Here’s what it will take to plan your visit
- A Letter of Invitation and visa support
- Hotel Reservation
- Airport transfers
- Tour guide to the church
Getting an Invitation to Nigeria
Getting an invitation to Nigeria is for the purpose of visa processing. A letter of invitation from a host is one of the compulsory Nigerian visa requirements.
So, the first step in planning a visit to MercyLand Deliverance Ministry, Warri – Nigeria, is to get an invitation letter. It takes less than an hour to get an invitation from us.
If you get a letter of invitation to Nigeria from us, it will almost certainly be honoured at any embassy.
We have two invitation formats depending on what is required by the Nigerian embassy/high commission in your country of residence; we know the preference for most countries. We may choose to give you a personal invitation letter or corporate invitation letter. The personal invite will be accompanied by the signatory’s Passport, while the corporate invitation letter comes in the company’s letterhead together with the incorporation (CAC) documents of the company, Destinali. Either of these is accepted.
Before getting a letter of invitation, decide on the dates you want to visit, taking into consideration the fact that it may take from 5 days to 3 weeks to get a Nigerian visa. And it is best to plan your visit to cover up to two weeks.
Reservation confirmation (proof of proper travel arrangement) is another visa processing requirement. If we process a letter of invitation for you, we will demand to know your daily accommodation/room budget so we can go ahead and make a reservation on your behalf and send you a confirmation. This normally comes with the letter of invitation.
Rooms range from $20, $30, $40, $50, $60 per day depending on your budget.
Get a Nigerian Visa
You’ll need a visa to enter Nigeria, unless you hold an ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) Passport, or are from a country with special visa waiver agreement with Nigeria such as Ecuador.
Here are the Nigerian visa application requirements:
- Current passport (with at least 6 months validity)
- Completed visa application form
- Confirmation of online payment
- 2 passport size pictures
- Letter of invitation from Host accepting full immigration responsibility
- Data page of Host passport,
- Confirmed hotel reservation, if the applicant is not staying with Host
- Evidence of funds to cover stay in Nigeria (letter from bank, bank statement, etc.)
You’re expected to submit an online visa application at the Nigerian Immigration website. After the visa application process and online payment, print and take filled application and payment documents to the Nigerian Embassy/Consulate/High Commission in your country of residence. It is advised that you first call the Commission/Consulate and book a visa appointment with them.
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To many, this process of obtaining a visa might be too strenuous, time-consuming and even way too expensive when you factor in not just the visa fee but other associated costs like transport across cities to the Nigerian embassy, booking visa appointments, going for visa interview and bio-metric capture (like in the USA, for instance).
If that is you, then get a Visa on Arrival (VoA). The Nigerian Visa on Arrival program enables you to travel and get your visa at the port of entry (airport) in Nigeria. This is particularly the preferred visa option if you have an urgent visa application that carries a tight deadline; this can help you to save valuable time and avoid expensive delays. Very importantly though, you must apply and get the approval documents before travelling, else you will be turned back at the airport.
We strongly recommend the visa on arrival option to the visitors we host. Here’s all you need to get a visa on arrival approval:
- Your flight itinerary, indicating your return date
- A copy of your passport data page (must have at least 6 months validity)
- Payment of processing fee. This is the fee we charge to process the VoA approval for you, as your representatives in Nigeria.
To let us process Visa on Arrival approval for you, send a copy of your flight itinerary to email@example.com and pay the VoA processing fee. We will get the approval letters within a maximum of 48 hours and forward same to you. This approval document will also be sent to the airline and your port of entry in Nigeria by the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS). You will print out this document, and travel with two recent passport photographs and get your visa at the airport in Nigeria.
Book a Flight to Nigeria
The is no international airport in Warri where the church is located, however there is a domestic airport close to the church. So your destination airport will be Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos (LOS). Before booking a flight, it is best to compare and get the cheapest rates so you can save money. We’ve made it possible for you to search, compare rates and get the best deals on flights to Lagos, Nigeria right here.
While in Lagos, we will receive you at the airport to the hotel. And then book a domestic flight to Benin City (Warri). Alternatively, we can travel by road to Warri and to MercyLand Deliverance Ministry.
A Guide to MercyLand Deliverance Ministry
From Benin City (Warri), we will then guide you to the church where you will make accommodation arrangement with the church, book for prayerline and bee attended to by the Man of God, Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin.