Kessed comes from Nigeria. He visited Yad Vashem with a group of pilgrims.

"My name is Itotoh Kester, I'm from the southern part of Nigeria, the Edo State precisely. I was born in Edo State but raised up in the Delta State. My journey to the Holy Land was as a result of the Delta State yearly program of taking Christians to the Holy Land to have an experience with Jesus Christ where he had his earthly ministry. In my country everyone wants to be part of this experience so I was fortunate to be part of those that made it this year. Well, coming to Israel was a really great experience for me as everyone moved from one location to another from the point where Jesus was born all through to the place where he went back to heaven. We were in Bethlehem, Jericho, Jordan, the Mount of Olives, the Mount of Transfiguration, the Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, the Church of the Beatitudes, the Dead sea, the Gethsemane Garden, the room of the last supper, Jerusalem and so many other places… it took me eight days to get through this unforgettable journey. I'm praying to God and looking forward to seeing you again."


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