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Church Members Attack Journalists In Court For Covering Their Pastor’s Case. Photos/Video


Magistrate Eke Spiff, Wednesday, caused commotion in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, when she ordered all journalists who came to cover a case of obtaining by tricks against the founder of the God is Able Mega Fire Ministry, Apostle Abiekunogho, out of her court.


Abiekunogho is standing trial for allegedly obtaining a Toyota SUV and 20,000 Naira from a member of his church, Seiyefa Sayou, through a false prophecy.

It was gathered that when the case resumed for hearing, the visibly angry magistrate ordered reporters to leave her court.

She said: “All journalists should leave this court. We don’t do sensational here, the last time you came here this issue was reported in all the media, and this made people to call my phone from all over the country, so much messages in my whatsapp. All the journalists leave my court,”

The order by the magistrate emboldened the church members sympathetic to their pastor to threaten the journalists, who left the courtroom for the premises.

The accused; Apostle AbiekunoghoItwas later learnt that the pastor reportedly asked his members to deal with any journalist who tried to capture him with camera.

Shortly after the court proceeding, it was gathered the pastor was shielded by his members to deter journalists from taking his photograph.

But as he made his way to a waiting vehicle, some journalists were said to have taken some of his pictures.

The development angered the church members, who descended on the journalists and gave them beating of their lives.

It was gathered that the church members threw caution to

he wind as they continued meting out violence on the reporters and creating confusion in the area until policemen intervened to stop them.

The case was adjourned to 24th March, 2018 for further hearing.

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CAN president reacts to death of Taraba chapter’s chairman

The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Samson Ayokunle, has reacted to the death of Taraba state CAN Chairman, Ben Ubeh, who died in an auto crash along Zing-Yola road.

According to a statement signed by Adebayo Oladeji, his personal Assistant on media and communications on Monday to News Agency of Nigeria, Ayokunle commiserated with the family of the deceased

The CAN president expressed sadness over the sudden event, which occurred on Sunday.

“Our consolation is that the great servant of God was recalled home while on official duty for the Master Jesus Christ.

“Our prayer is that God will comfort and console his family and the leadership of the association in Taraba State,’’ he said.

Until his death, Ubeh was the General Overseer of the Army of God Glorious Ministries in Taraba.

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Anambra community dissolves siblings’ marriage, cleanses land of abomination

The Agba community in Ekwulobia, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State has severed the purported marriage between two siblings in the area, Chiadiakobi Ezeibekwe and 17-year old Chibuzor Ezeibekwe.

The family, led by their father, Mr Lewis Ezeibekwe were on Saturday cleansed spiritually from the act which was deemed abominable by the community

The parish priest of St Joseph’s Catholic Church, Ekwulobia, Rev Fr. Ignatius Onwuatuegwu of St. Joseph Catholic who officiated the cleansing mass prayed for forgiveness upon the family.

The children, Chiadikobi Ezeibekwe, a 25 years old Maths teacher and her 17 years old sister and student, Chibuzor Ezeibekwe, were cleansed and their marriage dissolved.

In his sermon at the mass which was held in front of Ezeibekwe’s house, Rev Fr. Onwuatuegwu said the gathering was an opportunity to emphasize on the social and spiritual consequence of incest.

He said, “This issue does not concern only the family of Lewis, it concerns the entire Ekwulobia

We are in a world that has disintegrated. This cleansing is important for all us and the entire country.”

Taking his sermon from 1st Peter 24:2 of the bible, the priest called on people to repent, saying that the sin of incest had become a frequent occurrence in many communities.

He said, “We are here to do reparation of the sin that is already rampant in our society. It is also an opportunity for us to do reparation for Ekwulobia.

“I am particularly touched by this boy, Chiadi. When I came to Ekwulobia, I met him as a boy yearning for the things of God. He was the leader of the block rosary group but here we are today. When I heard the story, I was taken aback. Only God knows what happened

Before the church service commenced, the eight members of the Ezeibekwe family knelt down before the traditional ruler, traditional prime minister and elders of the community and apologized to the entire Agba Ekwulobia community.

Chiadikaobi said he had accepted his wrong and asked for forgiveness from the community.

He said, “What we did was wrong and an abomination in our community. I feel pained in my heart. I did not do it because I was hungry for a woman or attracted to my sister, far from it.

“I apologize to everyone. I am very sorry for bringing all of you out here under the sun. Please forgive us. We have gone through the process of annulment and the marriage has been annulled.

His sister, Chibuzo said, “I ask for forgiveness.”

After the cleansing rituals, seven girls said to be virgins, adorning white dresses, used seven palm frond branches to sweep the Ezeibekwe compound.

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Anambra incest: 17-year-old girl speaks on marrying brother

The 17-year-old girl who recently wedded her 23-year-old brother in the Ekwulobia area of Aguata in Anambra State, has spoken out.

The girl, a secondary school pupil, and her mother, Mrs. Ezeibekwe, spoke with Channels Television.

Igberetv had earlier reported that the mathematics teacher in a secondary school in Ekwulobia, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, Chiadikobi Ezeibekwe, married and wedded his 17-year-old biological sister in their elder brother’s church.

The brother, Chijioke Ezeibekwe joined the two in marriage in his church, Dwelling Fullness of God Church

Chiadikobi claimed that God told him to do so.

Talking about the stigma that has affected her learning at school and beyond, the 17-year-old girl said, “Because of what people have been saying about us, that’s why I stopped school for now.

“Until will settle down, until everything has calmed down, then if I hear from God that I should continue, I’ll continue.”

Also speaking, the mother of the newly married siblings, said, “Our neighbours don’t interact with us anymore because we are still trashing out the matter with the police.

“They said it’s a taboo and an abomination and until cleansing is carried out then the communion will start again and the community is preparing to carry out the cleansing.

“But no matter the cleansing, it’s only God that can neutralize any abomination, if any.”

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How God compelled me to join my siblings to marry each other – Anambra Pastor

The Pastor who joined his younger siblings in marriage at the Ekwulobia area of Aguata, Anambra state, Chijioke Ezeibekwe, has explained how God revealed to him that they were made to marry each other.


Recall Igberetv reported  that Chiadikobi Ezeibekwe, married his 17-year-old biological sister.

Their wedding took place in Chijioke’s church, who is the priest of Dwelling Fullness of God Church, Agba, Ekwulobia. He also presided over the wedding.

Chiadikobi had also claimed that God told him to marry his biological sister.

Speaking in a video interview with Channels Television, Chijioke insisted that the union was divinely ordained.

According to him, “One day I was alone and suddenly I was ruminated. I was ruminated to tell you how the thing started.

“God took me to about three scripture verses on ‘bone of my bone’ Leah said the same thing when Jacob came to her to marry.

“And the people of Judah told David when he became king that ‘you are bone of our bone.’

“God keeps telling me that the flesh of your flesh and the bone of your bone is your blood. Its your immediate family.

“One day, He brought out the hand of my sister in the spirit world and said that the one He’s talking about is not for me.

“And he showed me my brother; his colour, fingernails and everything and said, ‘look at the one that will marry her,’ She’s made for him.”

JUST IN: 16 killed as Lightning Strikes Seventh-Day Adventist Church

At least 16 people were killed and dozens injured after lightning struck a Seventh-Day Adventist church in Rwanda, a local official said on Sunday.

It was gathered that fourteen victims were killed on the spot as lightning hit the church, Local mayor Habitegeko Francois confirmed.

The incident, which happened in the Nyaruguru district in the Southern Province region near the border with Burundi took place around midday on Saturday while parishioners of the town of Gihemvu were at a church service.

Mayor Habitegeko giving update on casualty rate said “Two others died later from their injuries.

“140 people involved in the incident had been rushed to hospital and district health centres, many had already been discharged.

“Doctors say that only three of them are in critical condition but they are getting better.”

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Pastor Impregnates 2 Sisters In Delta After ‘fake Deliverance’

A 41-year-old randy pastor (name withheld) of a new generation church in Ugbolu Community, near Asaba, Delta State, has allegedly put in family way, two sisters after conducting “Fake Deliverance” for them.

It was gathered that in 1998, the said pastor had, in Enugu State, allegedly committed same act when he was said to have slept with a mother and daughter during an all-night service, and was subsequently banished from the town after he was subjected to severe beating by angry church youths. Sources said the two sisters, undergraduates of the National Open University, Asaba study centre (names withheld) had been regular visitors to the pastor’s church in the Community, and most times, attended his deliverance service before the bubble burst.

According to our informed sources, trouble started in December 2017 when the two sisters sought the pastor’s spiritual help for an undisclosed spiritual attack, a situation he allegedly respond to and hoodwinked them into doing deliverance during night fall, an offer the unsuspecting sisters willingly accepted without hesitation.

It was further gathered that the pastor allegedly “arranged” a room within the church premises where the two sisters, native of Asaba were ordered Unclad, and in the process, were offered water in a big bucket to bath with.

While the purported deliverance process lasted, the pastor, an insider said, suddenly went into uncontrollable act, leaving his manhood blown out of his white garment dress, and in a twinkle of an eye allegedly buried it into one of the victims vagina. A member of the church Celestine Okoh, told our reporter that the lid of the pastor’s illicit and purported deliverance act was blown open last Sunday, during church service when the two sisters, in what appeared to be mild drama, stormed the church with some hired thugs and in a fit of fury, allegedly dragged the pastor out before they started beating and stoning him in the process.

In the melee, his church was set ablaze by the angry youths who also ensured that those who supported him were disgraced and beaten to stupor.

Kasuwar Magani, Kaduna Where It Is Forbidden To ‘Love

From Kasuwar Magani, a town in the southern part of Kaduna State, MUHAMMAD SABIU reports that falling in love has become a dangerous venture among youths in the community as a crisis broke out early last week Monday as a result of religious differences.

KASUWAR Magani, a town in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State has always been a controversial town. Populated by a local people called Adara on one hand and Hausas, Kajuru is still today a town hotly contested for by the two major groups.

A resident of the town who gave his name as Mallam Abdullahi believes the Hausa own the town. He told the Sunday Tribune that over 100 years ago the first person to settle in the town was a Hausa man. According to him, ‘the Adara people who claim ownership of the town were idol worshippers living in the surrounding thick forests.

“They were living in those hills behind the town. It was later when they saw us here in Kasuwar Magani they began to come out from the mountains and settled with us. That’s the reason you see that the population of the Hausa community is appreciable,” he said.

Thus, 40 years ago, the town came to the front burner of national discourse when violence erupted leading to loss of lives and destruction of property. Then governor of the state, Alhaji Balarabe Musa quickly intervened by introducing a curfew.

Mallam Yusuf Auta who witnessed the mayhem recalled that, “one morning, the Adara community felt they were gradually being marginalised by the Hausa community. They said the claim by the Hausa that they own the town was untrue and false,“ he said, adding that the Adara began to spread the sentiments among their people and until a crisis erupted.

It was gathered that the Kasuwar Magani crisis of 1980 was regarded as the first crisis that broke out in Southern Kaduna. A community leader in the area, who pleaded for anonymity, said the two communities had since then been living in peace with each other.

“There is no recorded case of any misunderstanding that I didn’t know. I can also recall the leaders then not only agreed to sheath their swords but also signed what could be regarded as a peace deal,” he narrated.
Findings gathered that over the years, Kasuwar Magani became economically buoyant. The Hausa residents erected shops and became owners of some business enterprises. Other tribes too like the Igbo and the Yoruba came to settle in the area.
staff member of the Kaduna Refinery and Petro-Chemical Company, Mr Bulus Gabriel, told Sunday Tribune that “some of the NNPC staff built their houses in Kasuwar Magani because of its proximity to the refinery.”

Gabriel also recalled that the Southern Kaduna crisis in the state has also compelled people to choose where to stay in order to have rest of mind and Kasuwar Magani location is a factor.

“People now stay where their safety is guaranteed. So, many of the Christian members of staff in the refinery from the Southern part of the state had chosen to settle in Kasuwar Magani. The town has grown to become one of the bubbly towns in Southern Kaduna and even in the whole state.

“Every Saturday, the influx of people into the town is awesome. People from far and near come to make purchases. We have a big market. Some come here to unwind with their spouses and even drink to stupor,” he stated, noting that the town has enjoyed relative peace as everyone saw one another as brothers.

However, events of the last two weeks had changed everything. Sunday Tribune investigations revealed that the genesis of the current crisis started when leaders in Adara community, who are mostly Christians, allegedly told their girls to stop falling in love with Hausa boys.

Elaborating further, a resident in the area, who did not want to be identified, remarked that “our girls are fond of falling in love with the Muslim boys in the community. We want them to stop that,” he explained.

Another resident gave further reason why some elders frowned on their girls having relationships with their Muslim neighbours: “most often, they (the girls) will leave their houses to go and stay with the Muslim boys. We have many cases like that.”

Speaking in the same vein, a Christian youth in the area who gave his name as Amos Ishaya said the complaint was about the attitude of their girls. “Our girls go after the Muslim boys because of the money. They give them money and buy clothes for them.”

However, the last straw that broke the camel’s back was when the news emerged that a Christian girl converted to Islam. The family of the girl, it was learnt, didn’t find the issue a joke. They subsequently reported the case to the concerned authorities.

Just as the matter was being looked into, another girl reportedly converted to Islam. Investigations gathered that the Adara youths held a meeting, to not only denounce the conversion of the girls, but were also said to have vowed to ensure that they maintain their faith without hesitation.

“We found the news of their conversion unacceptable, because our investigation revealed that they were forcefully compelled to accept Islam,” a source said.

This claim was, however, dispelled by a resident of the town, Mallam Inuwa Musa, who contended that the girls were never forced against their will to convert. He told Sunday Tribune that the two girls, including those before them, on their own volition chose to accept Islam.

“We have many cases of inter-marriages in this community. Why must it be now? Why are they kicking against it? I think there is more to it than meets the eye,” he stressed.

As tension mounted over a possible breakdown of law and order in the community, a meeting was immediately summoned by the elders of the community. At the end of the meeting, it was agreed, among others, that the leaders of both groups should talk to their youths to sheath their swords and maintain the well-known peaceful coexistence in the community.

It was also agreed that the elders should talk to their wards not to fall in love with any person who does not have the same faith with them. The girls in question were also asked to return to their houses since it was learnt that they both left their homes.

Sunday Tribune learnt that on Monday, last week, Adara youths allegedly mobilised to attack the houses they felt were holding the girls when discovered that the girls had not returned to their houses. Indeed, the violence which lasted for the two hours led to the destruction of several houses, while over 1,000 shops were set ablaze. The state police commissioner, Mr Austin Iwar, confirmed that 12 people were killed in the mayhem.

In an effort to stem the crisis from spreading to other parts of the state, the state government quickly directed security agencies to send their personnel to the area to restore order. In a statement issued by the governor’s media aide, Samuel Aruwan, the state government condemned the mayhem. He said government will prosecute those behind the arson and directed security agents to arrest them as soon as possible.

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Sanction Woman For Wearing Trousers To Meeting

An Igbo woman, Mrs. Esther Nweke who went to Ohanaeze Ndigbo Social Cultural meeting wearing a trouser, got what she did not bargain after she was nominated to say prayer at the meeting in Lagos.

The traditional rulers, chiefs and other leaders present at the meeting sighted her with her trouser and immediately ordered her to stop the prayer and pronounced that she had committed an abomination.

P.M.EXPRESS reports that her offence was she came to the meeting on trousers and was said to have been erroneously nominated for the prayer.

However, Mrs. Nweke insisted that since she had been nominated to say the closing prayer she would go on. The leaders walked out of the venue of the meeting insisting that they will not partake in such prayer which will attract curses on them.

This caused serious amusement and embarrassment to other women who were present at the meeting.
Even the host, the traditional ruler of Ndigbo in Alimosho LGA, Eze Lawrence Eze did not participate in the prayer and had to turn his back on Mrs. Nweke in order not to be part of the prayer.

P.M.EXPRESS asked why the woman was treated in such a manner. Some of the leaders insisted that Mrs. Nweke had committed an abomination by wearing trousers to the Ohanaeze meeting, talk less of praying in the meeting which they claimed was against the culture and tradition in Igbo land.

It was gathered that her appearance may attract further sanctions to serve as deterrent to other women who might try such in the further.

Eze Lawrence Eze summoned the meeting of the Igbo leaders to proffer solutions to the lingering crises in Alimosho LGA CDAs over the years.
It was gathered that the Igbo people in the LG were divided as such every unit had to form their owner Ohanaeze group; to the extent that the monarch found it difficult knowing who to deal with among the factions.

At the meeting the leaders agreed to unite, pursue a common goal and resolved to set up a committee to look into the crises and resolve them finally.
It was at the meeting that Mrs. Nweke was nominated to say the closing prayer that another problem came up and the women at the meeting were not happy over the ugly incident.

However, it was gathered that in any Igbo social gathering that married women were not supposed to wear trousers to attend such meetings. The women were expected to tie their wrappers signifying that they were married and responsible, but it turned

Church Ordered To Evacuate Over Impending Danger In Akwa Ibom State. Photos

Read the press statement below;


The attention of the Ministry of Works, Akwa Ibom State has again been drawn to the threat of a widening gully Erosion along Oron Road by Azikiwe Junction in Oron Local Government Area, which poses an imminent danger to property and lives in the area.

We however note with regret that, earlier appeals to The Mount Zion Light House, Full Gospel Church, located by the gully, to relocate and vacate the area, to enable the State Government undertake remedial measures to arrest the encroaching gully, which is a disaster waiting to happen have not been heeded by the said Church.

To avert a looming tragedy and avoidable loss of lives of innocent congregants in the said Church, which may collapse into the gully any moment from now, notice is hereby served to the Presbytery and members of the Mount Zion Light House, Full Gospel Church, Oron Road, that, the structure will be demolished in overriding public interest, to make way for urgent intervention in the area to arrest the Erosion menace.

Accordingly, the Church leadership are forthwith, advised to evacuate the premises without further delay as the State Government cannot afford to fold her arms and watch another tragedy befall the people. This Press Release serves as the final notification to all concerned.

Signed :

Mr Ephraim Inyangeyen

Honourable Commissioner

Ministry of Works

ex Gov’s Daughter Exposes Adeboye & Oyedepo’s Drug Dealings on Live TV (WATCH)

In a recent interview, Nigerian controversial blogger and journalist “Kemi olunloyo” reveal that pastor “Adeboye” and “Oyedepe” are drug dealers before they invested in church business. 

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What Maybe The Difference Between Catholic Attire And Muslim Hijab?

Some has opined that we all serve the same God but in different ways.But this controversial photos of a catholic woman and muslim woman have sparked off difference opinion.


For instance, catholic women wears cloths that covers all their skeletal curves the same with muslim women (Hijab).


The controversial question remains “What Is The Difference Between Catholic Attire And Muslim Hijab?

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T.B Joshua Visits Zimbabwe After “False” Prophecies Against Robert Mugabe. Photo

Nigerian Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua commonly referred to as T. B. Joshua the leader and founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on Friday arrived in the Zimbabwean capital Harare for a day’s visit on what has been described as a ‘private visit’.

Joshua who until now was banned from the country after what were seen as “false” prophecies against former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.

He paid a courtesy call on Vice-President Kembo Mohadi and Minister of Scholarships Dr Christopher Mushohwe.

Acting Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Simon Khaya Moyo told The Sunday Mail that President Mnangagwa could not meet the prophet as he had other commitments.

“We understand some people are spreading false information that we snubbed TB Joshua. I want to make it clear that the President did not snub TB Joshua, he is not a snubber.”

On his itinerary were also meetings with ‘spiritual sons’ including Zimbabwean prophet Walter Magaya among others.

After landing at Robert Mugabe International Airport aboard a private jet, TB Joshua went to a local hotel, where a number of people were lined up for private discussions with the televangelist.

His visit is believed to have been organised by Brandme International executive director Mrs Josey Mahachi-Agbeniyi, who told The Sunday Mail that Prophet TB Joshua will hold a crusade in Zimbabwe soon.

Mrs Mahachi-Agbeniyi confirmed this, “He just wanted to see Zimbabwe. For someone at his level, he would not do so without paying a courtesy call on Government officials. Unfortunately, when he was available, the President had other engagements. He (the prophet) had to rush for an urgent event in Lagos, so he left late Friday night.

He is seen here with Zimbabwean second Vice-president Kembo Dugish Campbell Mohadi [L] and Minister of Scholarships Dr Christopher Mushohwe [R] .


A member of the Syrian Arab-Kurdish forces places a cross in the rubble ahead of a Christmas celebration at the heavily damaged Armenian Catholic Church of the Martyrs in Raqqa, Syria. The persecution and genocide of Christians across the world is worse today “than at any time in history,” and Western governments are failing to stop it, a report from a Catholic organization said.

The persecution and genocide of Christians across the world is worse today “than at any time in history,” and Western governments are failing to stop it, a report from a Catholic organization said.
The study by Aid to the Church in Need said the treatment of Christians has worsened substantially in the past two years compared with the two years prior, and has grown more violent than any other period in modern times.
“Not only are Christians more persecuted than any other faith group, but ever-increasing numbers are experiencing the very worst forms of persecution,” the report said.
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The report examined the plight of Christians in China, Egypt, Eritrea, India, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and Turkey over the period lasting from 2015 until 2017. The research showed that in that time, Christians suffered crimes against humanity, and some were hanged or crucified. The report found that Saudi Arabia was the only country where the situation for Christians did not get worse, and that was only because the situation couldn’t get any worse than it already was.
The authors criticized the administration of President Donald Trump for not holding Saudi Arabia accountable for its human rights violations and instead focusing on the trade relationship between the two nations. In May 2017, Trump signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia during his first overseas trip in office.
The report put special focus on Middle Eastern countries like Iraq and Syria, where the authors argued Christians would have been entirely wiped out if it weren’t for military action and the assistance of Christian humanitarian organizations, like Aid to the Church in Need.
“The defeat of Daesh [the Islamic State militant group] and other Islamists in major strongholds of the Middle East offers the last hope of recovery for Christian groups threatened with extinction,” the report found. “Many would not survive another similar violent attack.”
The report, which was released in November 2017 but received renewed attention this week, is based on research in the countries and testimony from victims. It detailed attacks against Coptic Christians in Egypt and monasteries burned in Syria.
In Africa, the report focused on countries like Sudan, where the government ordered that churches be destroyed, and Nigeria, where ISIS-affiliated groups like Boko Haram have led a surge in attacks on Christians. In Eritrea, hundreds of Christians have been rounded up and imprisoned over the past year because of their faith.
The report also documented numerous case studies in which Christians in countries such as India and Nigeria were murdered or beaten for practicing their faith.
“A Christian pastor in India was left in a coma after being beaten in a ‘planned’ attack apparently carried out by Hindutva extremists,” the report noted. “Before slipping into unconsciousness, the pastor told police that the attack was religiously motivated.”
“You must never come to our village to pray. You should never enter our village,” the men told the pastor, according to the report.
In late October, Vice President Mike Pence pledged that the Trump administration would redirect aid money formerly given to the United Nations to the U.S. Agency for International Development, a move that was meant to appease Christian organizations that say the U.N. isn’t doing enough for persecuted Christians.

HAPPENING NOW!!! Drama as Obasanjo, Jonathan Worship Together In Otueke (Pics, Video)

Former presidents Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan and the Governor of Bayelsa State are among other dignitaries worshiping in a church at Jonathan’s village, Otueke in Bayelsa State.

“$3x All Night And Then Church On Sunday Morning”

This is for Singles.

As much as we try to twist God’s words to suit our selfish desires, the truth remains the truth. A sin is a sin.

How do you guys/ladies have Sex and still find it very easy to go to church? No guilt, no remorse.

I have seen Men and women who cohabitate or spend weekends together (please dont come here with nothing happened) and attend church service together.

From a concerned reader

Prophet Akinbodunse’s 2018 prophecy on Jacob Zuma comes to pass

One of the 2018 prophecies of the General Overseer of Freedom For all Nations Outreach (FANO) Prophet Samuel Akinbodunse‎ for 2018 has been actualised.

The cleric, who accurately predicted Mugabe’s fall in November, 2017, also predicted in his 2018 prophecies that there would be a shift in South Africa’s presidency.

The prophet was quoted saying “First Quarter of 2018 in South African Politics. There will be a shaking. Some people will be removed for God to carry out his agenda.

“There will be a shift in the presidency. A well known will fall in order to make way for someone else to take over.

“In South Africa–The ANC should make an uncompromising decisions in order to save the integrity of the party. They stand to lose major metros. ”

Jacob Zuma on Wednesday night resigned with immediate effect from office after increasing pressure from the ruling party, All National Congress.

Recall that Prophet Akinbodunse sometime in January claimed that President Buhari would die if he campaigned in 2019.

Dangote Converts British Woman To Islam, Shares Photo Of Them Together.

A man identified as Dangote Sultan Adamawa, is feeling satisfied and coll with himself after converting a soul to Islam. According to the young man who claims to be an operator at Dangote Group, he convinced the British lady simply known as Delgado. He share a picture of two of them together on Facebook.

Ash Wednesday ; All You Need To Know

Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting, is the first day of Lent in Western Christianity. It occurs 46 days (40 fasting days, if the six Sundays, which are not days of fast, are excluded) before Easter and can fall as early as February 4 or as late as March 10. Ash Wednesday is observed by many Western Christians

Why do we put ash on our for head?

Ash Wednesday derives its name from the practice of blessing ashes made from palm branches blessed on the previous year’s Palm Sunday, and placing them on the heads of participants to the accompaniment of the words “Repent, and believe in the Gospel”

What is the significance of the ashes on the forehead on Ash Wednesday?

A: Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, the day many Christians mark as the first day of Lent, the time of reflection and penitence leading up to Easter Sunday. … As they “impose” or “dispense” the ashes, the pastor or priest reminds each Christian of Genesis 3:19: “For dust you are and to dust you shall return.”

First, you can not eat meat on Ash Wednesday,

Why do crosses get drawn on peoples’ foreheads on Ash Wednesday?

Traditionally, ash is used to represent grief, so devout Christians will wear the cross on their head for the entire day to show their sorrow for Jesus’ crucifixion.

They also represent repentance and show that people have repented of their sins so that they can be prepared for a ‘Holy death’, like Jesus.

As priests draw the crosses on to people’s foreheads, they say: “Repent, and believe in the Gospel”.