Monday, November 23, 2015

Don't Miss Praiseworld's Praise Party in Ilorin!

Praiseworld Radio, in conjunction with Uncaged Entertainment and Sapphire Mines is set to storm Ilorin come Novemeber 27 for 'Praise Party'!

Among those joining the Praiseworld crew for this edition of the Praise Party series are Okey Sokay, Gamie, Nolly, LC Beatz, Provabs, XL 2Letters, and of course, Africa’s legendary gospel rapper and lyricist, the prolific Sokleva Hughes of the Rooftop MCs. Other gospel artistes such as J Dust, Wacs, Kay’Dee will also be present.

Celebrity DJs from the city of Lagos; DJ Flamz and DJ Acube will be spinning the wheels of steel, churning out sounds that will leave the crowd pumped.

Praise party will hold live at TLCC Wonderland, off Tipper Garage, Pipeline Road, Ilorin and it starts at exactly 4pm!

Everyone is invited!

Do You Agree? Yoruba christians have peculiar spiritual challenges – Pastor Adu

Badagry, the Nigerian coastal town situated be­tween Lagos and the border with Benin Repub­lic, at Seme, is reputed as the land of many firsts. It was from there, from its lagoon leading to the Atlantic Ocean, that the first slaves were exported to the Americas in the 18th century. Even till today monuments of that unedifying historical episode, such as the popular “point of no return,” and the big, heavy chains used to shackle the slaves still remain at Badagry.

It was at Badagry that the first major Christian mission­ary work began in 1842, by Rev. Bernard Freeman. So also the first storey building in Nigeria and the first prima­ry school, St Thomas Anglican Primary School, in 1845.

You would think that dark forces would have nothing to do with such a place that became the first to experi­ence the Whiteman’s civilization before other places in Nigeria did. But Pastor Matthew Oluwadare Adu, found something to the contrary when he was posted there as a Regional Overseer, some years ago, to oversee the mission work going on under the auspices of Deeper Christian Life Ministry.

In a chat with Saturday Sun, Pastor Adu, who is today the founder and General Overseer of Full Redemption Christian Ministry International, Igando, Lagos, but with branches in Kenya, Uganda, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Benin Republic and Togo, shares with readers the scary experiences of how he was attacked by demonic forces while ministering in the place and how he survived. Read excerpts after the cut

Seven Intending Pilgrims Dropped at Airport, Others Arrive Nazareth

The third batch of more than 300 pilgrims on Sunday arrived in Nazareth to begin the 11-day pilgrimage to the holy land via the Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel.

A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the trip, reports that Anur Air, a Turkish airline, transported the contingent comprised mainly Plateau indigenes sponsored by the state government.

A breakdown of the figure showed that 295 of the pilgrims were from Plateau, 14 self-sponsored, and eight medical personnel.

The list also include eight others comprising security officers and media as well as four staffers of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC), organisers of the programme.

However, the head of the medical team, Mr Dominic Ogbeche, told NAN that seven intending pilgrims were dropped at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, after undergoing medical screening.

Ogbeche said they were advised against embarking on the rigorous spiritual exercise due to their high blood pressure which failed to drop as expected, even after the administration of medication on them.

Also, before departure, the NCPC Operations Department led by Mr Sunny Udeh, debriefed the pilgrims on the code of conduct guiding the exercise, with each person receiving the “Pilgrim’s Handbook’’

The handbook educates the pilgrim on the entire the operation and the holy sites to be visited.


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