Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Aaron T Aaron Is Set To Release New Single Titled “Glory Be To God” [@AaronTAaron]






Psalmist Aaron T Aaron announces that Glory Be To God will be a FREE DOWNLOAD from 1st September 2017 via AaronTAaron.com. This much-loved song is lifted from the forthcoming Album ‘ Right Here, Right Now ’, written by Aaron T Aaron & Noel Robinson, produced by Wole Oni.

Glory Be To God has already been well received by YouTube viewers the simple yet powerful lyrics stir praise to God and is guaranteed to have listeners dancing! The single is nothing less of high praise, containing a remix of English, Igbo and traditional African praise songs. The video and single promises to be a milestone for African style Christian music in the UK.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Bishop Oyedepo and wife celebrate their 35th Wedding Anniversary



Bishop Oyedepo took to Instagram today to celebrate his wife in their 35th wedding anniversary. Bishop Oyedepo has been married to his wife faith Abiola Oyedepo for 35 years now. 

On his Instagram page he writes

163 Nigerian Catholic Parishes May Be Shut Down By the Pope


The Roman Catholic Church in Imo state has been in a minor crisis with some parishes having to operate without a bishop for about four years.

The crises started as a result of the rejection by the Reverend Fathers of Mbaise extraction and the Laity of the appointment of Bishop Okpalaeke who was appointed about four years ago to replace Bishop Victor Chikiwe.

A report made by the Nation Newspaper revealed that the oppositions in the appointment demanded for a bishop who is a native of Mbaise as opposed to someone from other parts of the country. This disagreement, according to the report has resulted in the Ahiara Cathedral and the Bishop’s court remaining under lock and key. No one has also been able to administer Holy Communion as a result of the disagreement.

Four Secular Music Stars That Became Pastors


Image result for Chris OkotieSecular music stars enjoy a great deal of attention from their fans .Giving up the many perks that come with being a secular music star may be very hard but there are people that have been known to cross the line.

In a world where being a Christian isn’t always seen as cool, it is interesting to find that there are famous pop stars that traded the fame and fan base they enjoyed by embracing Jesus in the full glare of the public.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, is back....after 103 days

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo welcoming President Muhammadu Buhari.....Picture Credits: Dolapo Osinbajo's Instagram





The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, is finally back...after 103 days out of the country

He was away for medical treatment. There is no official statement on what he was treated for. This was his second medical leave this year.

He was greeted by Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo who led the country while he was away.

It is reported that he will address Nigerians on Monday morning.

Welcome back Mr President.

Friday, August 18, 2017

RCCG, Tabernacle of David Lagos Province 46 HQTRS presents Holy Ghost Party...August 25









The Holy Ghost Party is here again!

Come join thousands of worshippers all over the world in a Special night of Praise, Prayer and Worship.

Ministering in Songs:
Elijah Oyelade, Eben, Infinity, RCCG Praise Team and True Worshippers

New Audio: The Lord Is My Shepherd by Evang. Uchechi Chris Onyema



Evang. Uchechi Chris Onyema is an anointed Man Of God with God's prophetic words of holiness and revival message and above all great love for gospel music. He is also the founder and GO of GKVGM with Its head quarters in Finland but outreaching globally and positively. God has used His prophet MOG through his music to touch many lives and deliver many oppressed. 

New Audio: Holy is Our God by Funke Akinokun








As promised in an earlier blog, Funke Akinokun has dropped a new single titled "Holy Is Our God"

The song is a worship song that reverences God and His awesome nature. The song produced by Bode Afolabi

Listen and download below.


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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Nigeria's Chibok girls say kidnap by Boko Haram was accidental - Reuters


The mass abduction of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls from Chibok - the biggest publicity coup of Boko Haram's jihadist insurgency - was the accidental outcome of a botched robbery, say the girls who spent three years in their brutal captivity.

The Chibok girls made the surprise revelation in secret diaries they kept while held prisoner and a copy of which has been exclusively obtained by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Recalling the night of their kidnapping in April 2014, Naomi Adamu described in the diaries how Boko Haram had not come to the school in Chibok to abduct the girls, but rather to steal machinery for house building.

Unable to find what they were looking for, the militants were unsure what to do with the girls.

Arguments swiftly ensued.

Press Release: Today We Draw Line, Hate Speech Will No Longer Be Tolerated - Acting President Osinbajo

Acting President Osinbajo
Opening Remarks by His Excellency The Acting President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, San, Gcon, At The National Economic Council, NEC, National Security Retreat, at the Banquet Hall of The State House, Abuja, 17 August 2017:

I am delighted to welcome you to this special session of the National Economic Council, focusing on Security. As you’re all aware, the Buhari administration came into office on a vision that covered three key areas: Security, the Economy and the fight against Corruption. 

All three issues are closely linked, of course. Without guaranteeing security, we will struggle to attract the kind of investments, domestic or foreign, needed to create jobs and prosperity for our people. And when those jobs are hard to find and keep, our people will naturally be more susceptible to the lure of criminal activity. Which means that governments that are serious about fighting crime ought to be extremely serious about fighting poverty. 

And I take the point that the Chairman of the Governors’ forum made about investments in agriculture, although the N23 billion investment is one aspect of agriculture which is the Anchor Borrower’s Programme. Our total investment is well over five times that. If you look at all the other areas in which we are investing in agriculture, and that excludes what the States are also investing in agriculture. So I think that substantial effort is being made, still not enough but certainly more than N23 billion. 

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