Monday, February 16, 2015

Nikki Laoye Kicks Off ‘The Angel Relief Fund’ Initiative For Internally Displaced Persons And Refugees

In the spirit of love, Award winning singer/Humanitarian Nikki Laoye has just announced the new project from her Angel 4 Life Foundation tagged “THE ANGEL RELIEF FUND”, to provide care and support for the internally displaced persons & refugees in Nigeria.

Last year, Nikki Laoye was unveiled by the government establishment – NCFRMI SouthWest zone (National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons) as the Celebrity Voice of Refugees – to bring to the forefront the activities of the NCFRMI as well as the plight of refugees, internally displaced persons and other persons of concern. Nikki

In line with her service as an ambassador for the commission, Nikki Laoye and her foundation have set up “The Angel Relief Fund – TARF” to further support the ongoing relief works for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and refugees within Nigeria, who have been badly hit by the present scourge of violence, terrorism and natural disasters.

Speaking about the initiative, Nikki Laoye says:

“It is really a sad situation in the north for our fellow brothers and sisters and we do pray for God’s help and strength to our troops to quench this invasion once and for all. In the meantime, We have to look out for our own and do what we can to soothe their pains. They are in constant need of food, water , clothing and more to survive daily. Lets spread some love this season and beyond, kindly Donate what you can and we will ensure it gets across to them”.

The Angel Relief Fund aims to raise funds for the purchase of relief materials and other amenities for onward distribution to IDP camps and Refugee shelters across Nigeria which will be supervised by Angel 4 Life Foundation and the NCFRMI Southwest office.

Northern CAN, Christian Elders distance themselves from Buhari endorsement

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The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Northern States and Abuja, has dissociated itself from the purported endorsement of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari.

This came as National Christian Elders Forum, on Sunday, also dissociated itself from the purported endorsement, describing the group as “unaccredited and unrecognised.”

Buhari was said to have been endorsed for the March 28 election by a group, Northern Christian Leaders Eagle-Eye Forum, led by one Pastor Aminchi Habu and was also offered a copy of the Holy Bible.

Reacting, the Public Relations Officer of CAN (19 Northern States and Abuja), Mr Sunny Oibe, said Buhari might have fallen into wrong hands, because that group was not known.

“There is no group like that in Northern Nigeria. I want Buhari to note that those people are impostors. The church in the North is led by ArchBishop Peter Jatto. We have not and cannot endorse Buhari, because he has not told us that he is sorry for his alleged involvement in the post-election violence of 2011.

10 Signs Your Prayer Life Needs Help

No doubt, sometimes we find it hard to pray, not because we have lost our faith in God but probably because of circumstances surrounding us at the moment. If we don't try to get back to God and in the process, get used to not praying, it often leads to us struggling with our faith and our prayer life begins to head down the drain.

Here are 10 signs your prayer life is struggling and how you can take back control of this blessed privilege of access to Our Heavenly Father.




1. You say you’re going to pray but never start.

You know you need to pray, you know it would enhance your life and yet you continue to postpone doing it. There is no set formula or format for prayer. Just simply start. It can be in the shower, first thing in the morning or on the ride into work. Start working it into your day and don’t put this off for another day.

2. Avoiding Prayer Meetings

Do you dodge prayer meetings at church, telling yourself “I’m not in that ministry.” Newsflash, prayer is the ministry of every believer. There are indeed intercessors and those who find prayer more easily than others, but that doesn't mean you should avoid prayer meetings. Make it a point to visit the next one at your church to help you get over this hump because being in the prayer group helps to enhance your prayer life a great deal.

3. You are easily distracted during prayer time.

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