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Nigerians are yet to see the promised change – Ayemoba

Minister-in-charge of Omega Fire Ministries, Lagos zone, Rev. Fidelis Ayemoba has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to prove beyond reasonable doubt to Nigerians that change is actually what he came to cause, just as he called on political leaders in the country to give dividends of democracy to the masses. Speaking in an interview with Olayinka Latona and Jumoke Kolawole at the Vanguard Christian Fellowship end-of-year prayer and thanksgiving programme, Rev. Ayemoba who graduated from the Federal Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State where he studied Mechanical Engineer, lamented that over a year of the current administration majority of Nigerians are wallowing in hunger and poverty.

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Southern Kaduna killings: Christians are not scared of fighting back

The National President of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Rev (Dr) Felix Omobude, flew from his Benin-City base to Lagos, last week, in connection with the preparation for the Pentecostal leaders biennial conference scheduled to hold February 7-9 in Benin-City. Omobude, who is also the General Superintendent of Gospel Light International, used the occasion to speak on the state of the nation, including the controversial code of the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria concerning religious organisations and the Southern Kaduna crisis.

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It’s mum at Obazee’s former RCCG parish

FORMER American president, Mr. John F. Kennedy was quoted as saying that “victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan”. That aptly describe the plight of former Executive Secretary of Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC) Mr. Jim Obazee who was described by his former parishioners at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, as an honest and faithful steward when it comes to discharging his duty as a minister of God.

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ECWA, TEKAN fault FG’s handling of Southern Kaduna killings

THE Evangelical Church Winning All, ECWA has expressed displeasure over what it terms the long silence of President Muhammadu Buhari over sectarian killings in Southern Kaduna as well as the inability of the Kaduna State government to guarantee safety and security of the Southern Kaduna people, saying such deliberate actions are unhealthy for national cohesion and peace.

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