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Oritsejafor doles out 6 cars, 15 tricycles, 100 grinding machines to the poor

DANIEL Okoro is 15 years old now. He had lived on Iyara Street, Warri in Delta State with his parents for about 13 years without the ability to walk on his own feet. If you call him a cripple or a lame you may not be wrong though he was not born so. When he was about 16 months old Daniel fell ill and was rushed to a medical centre where he was given an injection that turned out to be deadly. After the treatment he became crippled.

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Significance of Christmas

HALELUYAH! You made it to another Christmas. The season of joy, peace and goodwill to all men. Of a truth God is really good to you. The best however is yet to come. God still has so much in store for you and by His grace He will manifest them in your life and all that concerns you. Merry Christmas to you and your entire household.

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Christmas: Celebration across religious divide

AROUND Nigeria, although a multi-religious country, with an estimated population of 167 million, about 100 million people are expected to celebrate Christmas on December 25 which falls on a Tuesday this year, 2012. The bottomline is that those who celebrate Christmas to mark the birthday of Jesus Christ are basically Christians of all denominations — orthodox (Catholic), Anglican, Pentecostal, Methodist Baptist, Presbyterian, white-garment churches, Celestial, spiritual and others who belong to Christendom.

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APOSTLE ANSELM MADUBUKO: If you’re against your pastor divorcing, remarrying, leave the church

APOSTLE Anselm Madubuko, architect, publisher of the Gospel Forerunner, producer of the New Anointing, convener of the popular ‘ASUZA’ Conference, founder/General Overseer of Revival Assembly Church, Ogba, Ikeja in an interview with Media personalities, speak on the church’s 22nd anniversary cum annual Fire Convention commencing on December 14 to 17. Born of Ihiala, Anambra State parents who were civil servants, Madubuko studied Architecture at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. OLAYINKA LATONA was there. Excerpts…

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