Saturday, October 24, 2015

Pastor Poju Oyemade presents "Joy - God's Strategy for Exploits: at its Faith Seminar holding on 25th October 2015

Covenant Christian Centre presents another edition of its regular Faith Seminars. The title of this edition is "Joy - God's Strategy for Exploits".

Accoridng to the Senior pastor of the church,
Joy is the secret to unexplainable occurrences in the life of a person. Being in atmosphere of real joy births powerful things. The letter of the Scripture becomes the events in the life of a person after an encounter with joy. Let's help your joy this Sunday and make unusual things happen in your life. Your victory is here
The Faith Seminar will take place on Sunday, October 25 2015.
Time is 4.00p.m.
Venue is The covenant Chapel, Lekki situated behind Oando Filling Station, 4th roundabout Lekki,

Be there filled with Joy.

New Music: Nikki Laoye releases Superhuman Superwoman, soundtrack to Nollywood movie, Journey To Self

Award wining Gospel artiste, Nikki Laoye has released a new single titled "Superhuman Superwoman. This single is the official movie soundtrack of the Nollywood movie - Journey To Self.

The song is also from the album "The 123 Project Album."
The song is written by renowned songwriter and artist, PITA and produced by Tee-Y Mix. It is a tribute to all the Supermums, women, ladies across the world

Journey to Self is a 2012 Nigerian drama film written and produced by Ashionye Michelle Raccah and directed by Tope Oshin-Ogun, starring Nse Ikpe Etim, Ashionye Michelle Raccah, Dakore Akande, Tosin Sido and Katherine Obiang.

It received a nomination for the category Achievement In Soundtrack at the 9th Africa Movie Academy Awards.

The film tells a story of 5 childhood friends who converge at the home of one of them who just died, she leaves a series of letters that explains her struggles through life and eventually leading to their "self discovery".

Click here to listen to the track...

Bri (Briana Babineaux) Releases New EP ‘I’ll Be The One’

Bri (Briana Babineaux) has released a six track EP titled “I’'ll Be The One”. The EP features the uplifting title cut as well as a karaoke version, an instrumental version and an acappella version of the song.

The EP is rounded out with Bri’s beautiful cover of Francesca Battistelli’s #1 Christian Pop hit “Holy Spirit” and an equally uplifting rendition of William Reagan & United Pursuit’s anthem “Set A Fire.” The song “I’ll Be The One” is currently #21 on Billboard Magazine’s Gospel Indicator Chart and moving up.

Bri is currently busy doing concerts from coast to coast in between media visits. She’s appearing on the syndicated radio programs “The Willie Moore Jr. Show” and “The Nightly Spirit with Darlene McCoy” this Monday, October 26th. The following weekend Bri will take the stage Saturday, October 31st at Pastor Lee Michael’s East Coast Gospel Music Summit that takes place at the Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel, 903 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD 21204.

“I’'ll Be The One” is available on iTunes and all major Digital Service Providers.

Boko Haram Suicide Bombings Widespread in Nigeria

Weather and logistics have slowed military progress against Boko Haram in Nigeria and neighboring countries. And suicide bombings that are increasingly commonplace may well continue regardless of military progress, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari told Al Jazeera English news.
"It is known that Nigeria is the main battleground, and we have agreed among ourselves to dedicate a number of troops in certain places by the end of last month [September] so that with the coming of the dry season … there will be a spontaneous move against Boko Haram," Buhari said in an Oct. 17 interview on Al Jazeera's "UpFront" broadcast, posted online.

"What we cannot guarantee really is a question of using IEDs, improvised explosive devices in public places," he said. "That operation by Boko Haram may continue beyond the time limit that we gave [Dec. 31]. But the articulated attacks by Boko Haram on townships, on military installations, will certainly stop."

Nigerian Bishop To Lecture on Religion, Development and Democracy in Africa

Bishop Matthew H. Kukah, a noted Nigerian advocate for justice, democracy and human development, will speak at the University of Notre Dame on Oct. 29 (Thursday). His lecture, “Religion, Human Development and Democracy in Africa: Lessons from Nigeria,” is sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Free and open to the public, the lecture will be held at 4 p.m. in the Hesburgh Center Auditorium.

A respected scholar as well as the bishop of the Diocese of Sokoto, Nigeria, Kukah has played an active role in Nigerian civil society and is well-known in Africa and beyond as a champion of respectful Christian-Muslim relations.

He has served on Nigeria’s Truth Commission, the Political Reform Conference for Nigeria and the country’s Electoral Reform Committee and helped to negotiate an end to the Shell-Ogoni conflict in Nigeria’s delta region. He chaired the Committee on Interreligious Dialogue in Nigeria and West Africa and was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI as a member of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue.

In his lecture, Kukah will discuss how Christian and Islamic religious institutions and religious beliefs have promoted or inhibited integral human development and how religious institutions or universities might better promote such development.

70 Percent of Health Centres Below Standard, Says Christian Aid

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) Christian Aid Nigeria (CAN) has said over 70 per cent of health centres in the country are below standard. In a recent report carried out by the organisation in 73 Primary Health Centres (PHCs) across five states revealed poor standards, weak infrastructure and a dearth of services, adding that at least seven in ten of them are below standard.

The five states are Anambra, Benue, Kaduna, Plateau and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Speaking at the launch of the report in Abuja, Country Director, Charles Usie said only 16 facilities met requirements to cover 10,000 to 20,000 populations in their catchment areas, adding that the assumption that there is a lot of money being put into primary healthcare is also not completely true

"Over 70 per cent of the primary healthcare centres we looked at fell below standard. 60 per cent lacked adequate healthcare personnel. That's a big question. Where is the money government says it has deployed to health care? How is it trickling down to state and local governments where it is used?," Usie asked.

Covenant Christian Centre opens a training centre - The Covenant Bible Institute.

Pastor Poju Oyemade, Covenant Christian Centre
Covenant Christian Centre is opening its Bible Institute. This announcement was made by the Senior Pastor of the Church, Pastor Poju Oyemade on his Facebook Page today.

According to him,
This Institute is committed to discipleship. It is to bring the believer into the knowledge of the things of the Spirit.
The ministry of Christ had a public phase and He also had private meetings with some. There, in the private meetings He explained further principles He taught in public. It was from those private discussions with some that the continuity of His work on earth emerged.
In the ministry of Jesus we see it at various instances, let’s quote two of them.
Matthew 24:3
And as he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?
Mark 9:28
And when he was come into the house, his disciples asked him privately, Why could not we cast him out?
For Paul he put it this way in Acts 20; 20 “And how I kept back nothing that was profitable unto you, but have shewed you, and have taught you publicly, and from house to house,”
We do have a mandate to save and to bring men into the knowledge of the truth.

US Congress honours Pastor E A Adeboye

The United States Congress has issued a congressional recognition to the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, reverend Enoch Adejare Adeboye for being a compassionate leader, giving endlessly through community service, civic engagement and sincere altruism.

The Congressional recognition, signed by Marcia Fudge, also prays that Pastor Adeboye continue to empower the church and the community for years to come.

Pastor Adeboye shared this award on his official Facebook page.

National Broadcasting Commission issues press statement on DSTV's proposed airing of transgender programme "I am Jazz"

The Nigerian National Broadcasting Commission has issued a statement on the proposed DSTV's proposed airing of TLC's transgender programme "I am Jazz".

There has been news on social media that DSTV has been airing an advert for "I am Jazz" on their TLC channel 172 which is set to start showing on DSTV in Nigeria on the 27th of October 2015.

"I am Jazz" is a reality TV series about Jazz, a transgender kid; an 11 year old boy who has "transitioned" into a girl.

This brought about a petition online asking people to protest by sending an email to the National Broadcasting Commission at and complaints on their website

It would seem that this protest worked as the NBC issued a statement yesterday assuring Nigerians that it will investigate and ensure it will safeguard Nigerian airwaves and ensure the peoples' right to quality broadcasting. This statement is on its website.

Here is the Press statement from NBC


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