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Nigeria: Snake Attacks Pastor In Abuja
Nigeria: Snake Attacks Pastor In Abuja

Nigeria: Snake Attacks Pastor In Abuja

A deliverance pastor in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city, who was recently attacked by a mysterious big snake, says no form of attack will stop him from preaching the gospel of Christ and restoring destinies of the oppressed. An eye-witness told this reporter on Thursday that the pastor organised a... read more »

Opinion: The Desperate Agenda of an Evil Tyrant - Femi Fani-Kayode
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Opinion: The Desperate Agenda of an Evil Tyrant – Femi Fani-Kayode

Much has been brewing in the circles of power of our nation in recent weeks. Permit me to share some of my findings with my readers today. The rest will come later. Key players and leaders in the international community have warned President Muhammadu Buhari not to run for a second term but he has... read more »

Nigeria: Pst Chris Okotie Declares Intention to Contest the 2019 Presidency
Nigeria: Pst Chris Okotie Declares Inten...

Nigeria: Pst Chris Okotie Declares Intention to Contest the 2019 Presidency

Popular Nigerian Pastor, Chris Okotie has officially declared his intention to contest for the 2019 Presidency. Speaking in his Church today, he said his decision was based on the obvious need for intelligent and capable leadership in the country. He added that it was time to save the Nigerian... read more »

Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo is a Very Sick Man Indeed - Fani-Kayode
Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo is a Very Sick Ma...

Nigeria: Yemi Osinbajo is a Very Sick Man Indeed – Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode has described the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo as a very sick man. This description came on the heels of the Vice Presidents statement that there will be monetary compensations to those who lost their lives in the bloody Jos attack. Vice President Osinbajo has been... read more »

Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Did A Lot for the North - Sheikh Gumi
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Nigeria: Ex-President Jonathan Did A Lot for the North – Sheikh Gumi

Radical Muslim cleric, Ahmad Gumi has openly confessed that ex-president Jonathan did a lot for the north. In a Ramadan tafsir sermon in which he thoroughly berated President Buhari for his non-performance and the increased killings in the country, he pointed out that former President Jonathan... read more »

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Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Benue Killing Narrative - Terrence Kuanum

Nigeria: FG Attempting to Change the Benue Killing Narrative – Terrence Kuanum

The National Coordinator of the Benue Youth Forum, Terrence Kuanum has stated that the Federal Government is trying hard to change the Benue killing narrative. According to him,... read more »

Nigeria: Muslim Rights Concern Gives Falz 7 Days to Withdraw Video

Nigeria: Muslim Rights Concern Gives Falz 7 Days to Withdraw Video

Falz is once again the center of attention with regards to his “This is Nigeria” video. The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has given Falz a 7-day period within which to withdraw... read more »

World: Pope Francis Requests Roman Catholic Priests Be Given the Right to Get Married

World: Pope Francis Requests Roman Catholic Priests Be Given the Right to Get Married

Pope Francis has requested that Roman Catholic priests be given the right to get married. The request applies to priests in Brazil, and is on the agenda for an upcoming synod (church... read more »

Nigeria: CAN Disowns Arewa Pastors Forum

Nigeria: CAN Disowns Arewa Pastors Forum

Challenges group to publish list of clerics on opposition payroll The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has dissociated itself from a group of Northern clergy under the aegis of... read more »

Nigeria: Lagos Seals RCCG Building, Others

Nigeria: Lagos Seals RCCG Building, Others

The Lagos State Building Control Agency has sealed a zonal headquarters of the Redeemed Christian Church of God under construction in Ajegunle, a hotel in Ikeja and six other buildings for illegal... read more »