[Video] Bishop T.D Jakes arrives Lagos, Nigeria

Senior pastor of the potters house, a non-denominational church in America, Bishop T.D. Jakes had just announced his arrival to Lagos Nigeria. In his message he wrote:
I'm headed to the Motherland and taking the Bishop's Village with me! Join me now at  bishopsvillage.com Let's go! #BishopsVillage 
Recall that Bishop Thomas Dexter Jakes origin has been traced to Igbo land, Nigeria although he grew up in West Virginia, United States.

Bishop's Jakes made this announcement via his live streaming video channel, Bishops Village.

Watch video to see why he visited

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