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Group caution against political protest at church premises

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A group under the auspices of Abuja Grassroots Project has advised against staging political protest at Church premises to score what it described as ‘cheap points’.

Mr Yunusa Yusuf, Coordinator of the group, made the call at a news conference at the Dunamis International Church, in Abuja on Sunday.

Yusuf said that the Church of God should prevail against every evil plan.

He added that a person’s position should not be used to ridicule the Church for selfish reasons.

He said that the group would do everything within the orbit of law to prevent political protest from happening in the Church.

“Dunamis International is a Church, not protest ground that anybody will want to come with branded t-shirts meant for protest, just to score cheap political or social points.

“The Church of God must be given the respect it deserves and not be desecrated by selfish politicians or any vested groups.

“We cannot, under our watch, sit down and allow any person or group to destroy the hard-earned reputation of God’s servant, Dr Paul Enenche in a very cheap manner.

“Because, in the course of our Christian voyage, we have been following the activities of Pastor Enenche, and we have seen that he has a passion for soul-winning.

“So, we will not allow anybody to come out from anywhere to tarnish the good name that the man of God has built-in his years or total service to God Almighty,” he said

 

 

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Daystar’s Pastor Sam Adeyemi, wife return to Nigeria after three years

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The Senior Pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos, Nigeria, Pastor Sam and Nike Adeyemi, have returned to Nigeria.

The duo were spotted on Saturday at the Strategic Leadership Conference of the church at its headquarters in Oregun, Lagos.

The Adeyemis had been away from the country since February 2019, with many concluding that they had relocated from the country.

The SLC of the church is a meeting of its pastors and the workforce, where the vision of the church for every quarter is shared.

Sources said Pastor Sam, as he is fondly called by many, will be at the three services of the church on Sunday.

 

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Pastor Kumuyi inaugurates global academy to mentor youths

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The General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Kumuyi, has inaugurated a global youth empowerment partnership programme to mentor teenagers, campus students, corps members and young adults.

The initiative, tagged Impact Academy, was conceived by Kumuyi to lift the nation’s youths to the ladder of excellence.

Kumuyi said the programme was being consummated in collaboration with several organisations and churches across the world to lead the youth into leading purpose-driven lives.

The inauguration was one of the major highlights of Kumuyi’s four-day global crusade evangelism engagement in Yola, Adamawa State.

The event, which held on Saturday, was attended by over 10,000 teenagers, campus students and young adults at the Kwanan Waya Deeper Camp Ground.

In her remarks at the event, the cleric’s wife, Esther Kumuyi, urged Nigerian youths to always pursue excellence.

While reading Isaiah 8:18, she said, “All of us as the children of our father in the Lord are for Excellence. Like father, like sons and daughters, you are all for excellence. I pray that the Lord will baptise you with the spirit of excellence.”

 

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Daniel Okoh is the New CAN President

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Rev. Daniel Okoh is now the new president of the Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN).

The announcement is contained in a statement made available to Newsblast in Abuja by the CAN General Secretary, Mr. Joseph Daramola.

Okoh is the General Superintendent of Christ Holy Church, also called Nation Builders (Odozi-Obodo).

The Christian body comprises five blocs: Christian Council of Nigeria (CCN); Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria (CSN); Christian Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (CPFN)/Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN); Organisation of African Instituted Churches (OAIC); TEKAN and ECWA Fellowship.

The umbrella Christian body in Nigeria is scheduled to hold its General Assembly today Wednesday ,July 27, which will usher in the new administration.

The assembly also marks the end of the tenure of His Eminence Samson Olusupo-Ayokunle and other members of the National Executives in his team.

The outgoing CAN president thanked all Nigerians for their support and prayers, which he said led to his successful tenure.

Today, CAN’s pre-assembly, symposium and NEC meeting will begin, while the general assembly, sent-forth service and dinner will hold tomorrow.

The handover ceremony and beginning of a new regime will take place this coming Friday July 29.

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