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800 Expected at Bishop Tamaki’s Exposé


800 Expected at Bishop Tamaki’s Exposé --

The much talked about ‘Nation Under Siege’ exposé presented by Bishop Brian Tamaki arrives in Lower Hutt this Friday night.

Local organisers are expecting a crowd of more than 800 people to attend the Friday night meeting in the Lower Hutt Horticultural Hall.

David Knight of Metro Global Church Community and Destiny New Zealand candidate for Hutt South says that interest and momentum are building daily.

“Local businessmen have sponsored the distribution of event information to every house in Lower Hutt city, and many churches around the Wellington region have suggested to their congregations that they should attend,” says Mr Knight. “We have a broad cross section of people coming. People from all walks of life are concerned with the social reengineering being pushed through by this government.”

Mr Knight says this is a great chance to hear directly from Bishop Tamaki why citizens of New Zealand need to consider issues of morality when voting in the upcoming election. “The Nation Under Siege meetings held in Tauranga and Rotorua showed us that the message has very wide appeal. People are asking vital questions. They are not comfortable with the legacy that is being built for their children and grandchildren.”

Bishop Tamaki is giving away copies of his DVD "Nation under Siege" at the event. The 30 minute exposé attracted the interest of the Censors office and was subsequently given a rating of M.

Richard Lewis, formerly of Lower Hutt and the Leader of Destiny New Zealand, is a guest speaker at the event.

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