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AN END TO ALL ADVERSARIES & ADVERSITIES

As the year comes to an end, we have an assurance of the termination of everything bad and unwholesome in our lives. We are confident in the belief that once we ask what we need in the name of Jesus, we shall get whatever we desire, as long as it is something righteous (John 14:13 & 14). The Word of …

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Still On Atiku’s Decision To Go Beyond The Last Bus Stop

The recent political display by the erstwhile Vice president, Atiku  Abubakar has left many of  his  followers dotted all over states of the federation  speculating  on his next political dance step.  It has in the same manner resonated his name on the nation’s political wavelength but this time around with divergent meanings. To the political gladiator without recourse to political …

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11TH MONTH AND END TIME MESSAGE

As we all prepare to celebrate another end to the year, with felicitations coming up on December 25 to mark Christmas and a week later for Happy New Year, we must take time out to reflect on another symbolic angle to the 11th month. Yes, November is the 11th month of the year, one which has been tagged in many …

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What The National Stadium Told Me

(My Conversation With Lagos SportsCity) That was a few weeks ago. I was invited to a religious programme and at the National Stadium. When queried about the appropriateness of using a sporting facility for a religious function, my friend promptly told me that considering the number of worshippers expected, the national stadium remains the most suitable for the exercise. With …

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10th Month For Rededication

Our message this month is a call to rededication, as we heed the charge to stay afloat in terms of upright attitude and righteous conduct. It is a charge that understands our mortal nature, which means the human in everyone makes us vulnerable to falling into sin once in a while. However, we have to examine ourselves (2 Corinthians 13:5,2 …

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Rewriting The ‘Love Letter’ Called Constitution

One   remarkable character of ours as a nation is that we have a very unique but subtle way of ‘glocalizing’ global terms, policies, treaties, and international covenants. I have at some point had the unfortunate opportunity to watch this play out on our nation’s political theatre. A typical example of this fundamental policy modification is the term ‘democracy.’ This term …

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Stop Mourning, Show Love

The message for us this month is derived from the revelation of Zechariah, as he recounted a divine visitation that reminded him of several days of mourning by the Israelites, until God gave them palliatives for better days of comfort. However, God’s promise of an end to mourning for His people came with a caveat, as The Most High also …

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Nigeria Youth, I Tend To Disagree With You!

–  The illiterates of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn  — Alvin Toffler, the Third Wave. One of the greatest companions of man in the journey of life is optimism. This has helped man in his daily plans and projections. But being optimistic which is good …

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Demagogues In Nigeria’s Political Space

They were voted to provide good and qualitative leadership; elected to bring the nation’s economy out of the wood and were chosen to bring democracy’s dividends to the people.  But, instead of providing the lavishly promised and highly expected conducive leadership, they visit the masses with cluelessness and Utopia. Instead of reviving the comatose economy, they threw it further down …

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2019, TO BUILD A NATION OF THEIR DREAMS

With the prevailing harsh economic situation in the country, a state of depression (or is it recession) that has been designed by yet to be established architects, the countdown to the next general elections in Nigeria appears to be comical, yet laced with trepidation. Many youths of the country who were not of age in 2015 will get the chance …

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