Showing posts from April 20, 2014

[MUST READ] “We Should Not Expect Much From Nigeria At The World Cup” – Primate Elijah Ayodele

In this interview with AYOMIDE OWONIBI, Primate Elijah Ayodele, founder of Inri Spiritual Evangelical Church, speaks about the future of Nigeria and what Nigerians should expect in 2015.

Prayers are all what we need to keep the country intact to bring peace to the country. As a matter of fact, a lot is still going to happen and Nigerians still need to be praying ahead. I am using this meduim to appeal to all Christians and Nigerians who believe in the tomorrow of this country to pray.

If Nigerians can exercise patience, I see the economy booming. I see expatriates coming into this country because our economy would be one of the best in Africa come 2017. But the point is that we have to pray that God should keep Nigeria as one nation.

The government has not really addressed the issue of one nation as expected. We need prayers for God’s divine intervention.

If this government tries to have any kind of
amnesty with Boko…

Pastor Kumuyi Collapses Inside Deeper Life Camp

Information reaching us from Deeper Life Conference Centre, venue of the ongoing Deeper Life Ministry Easter Retreat is not a good one at all and it is spreading fear and panic among members of the church. I heard that the General Superintendent of the church, Pastor W.F Kumuyi is currently down with health challenges.

"Pastor Kumuyi could not take the morning Faith Clinic on Saturday because of his health condition. He broke down during the ongoing retreat and was rushed to the hospital, he is currently under treatment.

"We were told to pray for his strength, which we have been doing, but he didn't minister throughout yesterday, a development which has sent every member panicking."

A dependable source in the church said there's tension in the camp over the health of Kumuyi who broke down during the programme entitled: 'Living in His Victory and Destined to Win.

It was gathered that when it's his turn to Minister, they may rebroadcast his old message to …

Nigeria's Infamous Witch-Hunter, Helen Ukpabio Deported From UK

The British Homeland Security has deported Mrs. Helen Ukpabio, the President and Founder of one of Nigeria's largest Pentecostal churches believed to be leading the spread of witch-hunting in the country. A United Kingdom based human right activist and charity worker, Ms. Modupe Debbie Ariyo announced this in aone paragraph sentence via her Facebook page on Friday, April 18, 2015. "Helen Ukpabio deported from UK...hurray!!!" Ariyo said. Ariyo, who's the Executive Director of Africa Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA) in furtherance of her terse release sent as a confirmatory note of the deportation, said that the British Home Secretary, Ms Theresa May was pressured by human right activists and the UK press to act. "Theresa May was under pressure from charities to act...the evidence was overwhelming too" she stated. Ms Ariyo called on her Nigerian counterparts and the press to borrow a leaf from their action which led to the deportation of Ms Ukpabio.