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Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu


Christian pilgrims have been charged to be shining examples in their different spheres of influence for the development of society and the State at large.

Speaking at the thanksgiving service held in honour of Y2020/2021 pilgrims at Chapel of Christ The Light in Alausa, wife of the Lagos State Governor, Dr.  Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, advised pilgrims to reflect the lessons learnt during the exercise in their daily lives in order to generate positive attitude from people.

Represented by Mrs. Funmi Omotoso, wife of the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, the First Lady noted that people no longer read the bible but study the behaviour and attitude of Christians, hence the need to consciously be of good character and worthy ambassadors of Jesus Christ.

Her words: “Now that you are back, we must begin to see the reflection of the lessons learnt in the way and manner you relate with God as well as people around you and the society at large”.

“We should all strive to ensure that the word of God in the book of Matthew 5:16 is our watchword, which says that let your light shine before men so that they may see your good works and glorify your Father who is in heaven”.

She commended the Lagos State Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board (LSCPWB) for conducting a hitch-free, maiden pilgrimage journey to Jordan.

In his remarks, the Commissioner for Home Affairs, Prince Anofiu Elegushi, commended the pilgrims for good conduct throughout the journey and described the thanksgiving service as very necessary because the pilgrimage to Jordan was a new experience.

He, however, charged the Jordan Pilgrims (JP) to continue to be worthy ambassadors and law-abiding citizens as they did in the Kingdom of Jordan during the pilgrimage exercise.

Also speaking, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Mr. Oluseyi Whenu, reiterated that the thanksgiving service was put together to thank God for a hitch-free pilgrimage, noting that despite all odds arising from the COVID-19 pandemic everything went well to the glory of God.

Whenu maintained that it is a wrong notion that pilgrimage exercise is just for sight-seeing, stating that it is indeed a period of spiritual upliftment, cleansing and edification for Christians who embark on the journey.

The Board Secretary, LSCPWB, Mrs. Yetunde Gbafe, thanked the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu for his tremendous support towards the success of the pilgrimage to Jordan, commending the Jordan Pilgrims (J.P) as well as the entire board staff and stakeholders for their unflinching support.

In his sermon, the Rt. Rev. Ologun Adebayo reminded the congregation of the importance of thanking God and showing gratitude always, pointing outing that all things work together for good.

Prayers were offered for the State and the Country at large while testimonies were said by the pilgrims on the miraculous and divine interventions of God in their lives during the pilgrimage.

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Tinubu’s inauguration: We’re in charge here – Enenche dares witches, wizards coming to FCT



Pst Paul Enenche

The Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Center, Dr Paul Enenche has issued stern warning to witches and wizards coming into the Federal Capital Territory for the May 29 presidential inauguration.

It would be recall that the White Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria had on May 1st, said they were making efforts to storm the nation’s capital in a bid to cleanse and detoxify the environment for the President-elect, Bola Tinubu to operate in.

The Spokesperson of the association, Okhue Obo who stated this in a statement, assured the President-elect of a peaceful inauguration, warning those plotting to scuttle the event to desist.

The statement reads partly, “There is no reason for Tinubu to be afraid because all the campaigns of calumny mounted against him are mere threats.

“We are currently making efforts to clean and detoxify the Abuja environment where Tinubu will operate from”.

Our correspondent gathered that some members of the association stormed Abuja earlier in the week to carry out the proposed cleansing and detoxification.

Reacting to the development, Enenche who spoke on Friday night during the just concluded Destiny Recovery Convention, dared the witches and wizards, saying “we are in charge here”.

The fiery man of God instructed other clergymen to anoint strategic places in the city as a spiritual battle against other forces.

He said, “There are some agents of the devil that said they are coming to cleanse this city.

“Anybody who is from the devil, sent from the pit of hell that enters this city to plant any agenda of hell, if they are not cut off then we have no right to preach.

“Every witches and bitches, lizards and wizards, Hey! We are serving you notice to let you know we are in charge here and we are not about to change our minds.

“Pastors, we are going to take prophetic action in this city within the next 24 hours. Carry bottles of oil and go through the territory, anoint the ground and pour oil on this ground.

Every agent of the devil who steps on this ground for a demonic agenda is a dead agent.

“Every agent of the devil who steps into the city for the sake of Satan the devil, as we pour the fire on the earth, if they trample on this earth and still survive, we are not serving the living God.”

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Christians Celebrate Easter Amid Calls For Unity, Love




As Christians in Nigeria and around the world commemorate Easter, the annual celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the faithful have been enjoined to pursue and pray for unity.

The celebrations represent the culmination of the Holy Week which starts with the observance of Palm Sunday to mark the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.

Millions of Nigerians thronged churches today for special services, prayers, and thanksgiving to mark Easter.

Calls For Unity, Peace

In its Easter message, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) called for peaceful co-existence and unity in the country.

“As a nation, Nigeria has faced many challenges in recent years, from insecurity and economic instability to social and political unrest. However, just as Christ rose from the dead and brought new life to the world, we too can rise above our challenges and start afresh,” CAN President, Archbishop Okoh, said in his Easter message.

“This Easter, let us all come together and renew our commitment to building a better Nigeria.”

“Let us put aside our differences and come together in unity, just as Christ’s resurrection brought together people from all walks of life,” the preacher added.

President Muhammadu Buhari, governors, and influential Nigerians highlighted the importance of the season in their individual Easter messages, calling for unity and prayers for Nigeria.

At the heart of Easter, the President noted, is the triumph of light over darkness.

Recognising that Easter is about renewed hope and a glorious future, Buhari urged all Nigerians to continue to be confident and believe strongly in the country for better seasons ahead.

In celebration of the season, the President enjoined Nigerians to do so in love, compassion, kindness, resilience, and forgiveness.

Similarly, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, rejoiced with Christians across the country for this year’s Easter celebration.

Gbajabiamila described the period as very crucial and called for sober reflection among the Christian faithful as it marks the resurrection of Christ.




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



Pastor Sam Adeyemi and his wife
Pastor Sam Adeyemi and his wife

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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