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BEFORE YOU VIEW NIGERIA’S MATCH TODAY; PLEASE CONSIDER THESE BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

BEFORE YOU VIEW NIGERIA’S MATCH TODAY; PLEASE CONSIDER THESE BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

The only game Africans can play well is politics so don’t get hurt that two Africa nations have already crashed out of the world cup after playing just two matches. Tell those countries that are doing well at the world cup to come and compete with us in politics and see who can do it better.

We have track records of presidents, governors and senators retaining their positions for over 20 years despite several elections.

People whose votes from the results of our elections are more than those who registered to participate in the election, how many countries can beat that? Or how many countries have presidents who is older than the country in age?

As the world cup continues with different surprises, Africans has dominated in the surprises. 4 out of the 5 own goals were conceded by African teams while the 5th we had a hand in it for the other country to concede it. Meaning, we are experts in killing ourselves and making other people kill themselves too.

Out of the several direct free kick goals scored at the world cup, none was scored against an African team. Meaning, no free campaign or responsibility would thrive in Africa.

80% of the goals scored against African teams were from set pieces. This signals that any arrangement set in Africa would soon be pieced over time if care or proactive measures aren’t taken.

Now to the team “Nigeria”, if it would interest you; Our team prayed before the match, at the beginning of the match and after half time but they ended up losing to Croatia. The lesson is, some things answer to hard work, diligence and preparation not prayer or anointing. Don’t just pray for the Nigeria team to win, pray for them to prepare and strategize well.

After the loss to Croatia, do you know while many lamented and complained, the players got their financial alert for the match bonus, some visited a place to dance and celebrate as some Russian sisters in the Lord ministered to them in flesh and blood.

There is something different about our team that no other team can do. They make us, the fans to become mathematicians and soothsayers. They always leave us with a responsibility to predict the failures of other teams that can favour their failure or be to their advantage each time they represent us in a competition. Please, celebrate this uniqueness today ooo.

Please, someone should help me rebuke the spirit of “falling down” in Victor Moses ooo. Is he a London Bridge, a Mango tree or Rain?

If football was a spiritual gift and the Holy Spirit is a coach, it would have be written in the scriptures; “he gave some falling down and some hugging of their opponent”. Someone should also help me tell “Ekong” to stop hugging the opponent so intimately during the match oo. He should stop making the Referee avoid homosexuality display by awarding penalty to the opponent.

Someone should help me tell John Obi Mikel to stop jogging and doing fine boy on the field oo. He is not better than Marcelo or Ronaldo who are not ashamed to get stained on the field of play. He should neglect the statement of his wife after the loss to Croatia. She said whether he loses or wins, he remains a winner. If he loses, he is not a winner ooo, he would become a Returnee and Participant from Russia ooo.

Iceland is a country with population slightly above 300,000. The population in my local government area of resident is more than the whole country. Their football team comprises; medical doctors, farmers while their coach is a dentist by profession. Nigeria team have players that have been playing football for at least a decade as their profession so they have no excuse not to win today.

The big day is here, I stand with Nigeria as a patriot. We are winning, we are qualifying and we are proceeding to the next round by our calculations. Argentina and Iceland beware of the Super Eagles. Let’s go to Russia.

For the love of my Country, Patriotism and Football.

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THIS IS MY PROPHECY FOR THE TEAMS THAT WOULD STAND OUT AT THE FIFA WORLD CUP AND A LESSON FOR OUR PERSONAL LIFE PART 1 BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

THIS IS MY PROPHECY FOR THE TEAMS THAT WOULD STAND OUT AT THE FIFA WORLD CUP AND A LESSON FOR OUR PERSONAL LIFE PART 1 BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

Before the last UEFA Champion’s league final, some of my folks asked me which team would win the trophy. As a Liverpool fan they shouldn’t have expected me to rate Real Madrid above the team I love, I told them Liverpool will be winning come what may and they should take my words anywhere.

The big day came and my words didn’t come to past. They started calling me after the match, I responded to some and couldn’t resist the distress, I ignored some people’s messages and calls that night. Lol.

They said to me; “Pastor but you said Liverpool would win”. One have to be more careful when your close pals that don’t really call you pastor due to your close affiliate, call you Pastor before raising an issue. A3+, Apostle Awe Ayodele, thanks for mocking me that day ooo, I have not forgotten oo.

I responded to them by saying; “I was not in the spirit when I said Liverpool would win, flesh and blood revealed that one to me”. They persisted with more questions to mock me, I asked them again; “Is it your Liverpool or your trophy?”.

They reminded me that I said Liverpool slogan, “You will never walk alone” has always been coming to past. I told them, “We didn’t actually walk alone, we only walk without trophies sometimes”.

NOW TO THE SOON TO START FIFA WORLD CUP: SIX LESSONS IN MY OPINION

I mentioned some teams that would do brilliantly well and get to the finals but some folks said I don’t like my nation but these are my reasons;

1. Some teams like Nigeria only go to the world cup to participate and not to be among the finalists that’s why qualifying alone for the tournament calls for huge celebration. Teams like Brazil, Germany France don’t really celebrate when they qualify for the tournament because their focus has always been making it to the final.

In life, it is not every one that wants to make impacts with their names being written in the sand of time of their generation. Some are just comfortable being a mediocre and the peak of their life goals that they desire is just to be a bit financially stable, get married and have kids.

2. Why our team captain, John Obi Mikel also turned a football politician over night as he also made promise to the President and his aides before leaving the country for the tournament that they would be returning next month with the trophy.

Thanks to him anyway for making the politicians experience how it feels when one is at the mercy of failed and vague promises as they also do to the citizens.

Other teams are not only promising, they have been working, strategizing and preparing. That is why some teams may not need to pray before they would trash us on the field of play.

In life pursuit, prayer is not a substitute for diligence and responsibility. Promise and mere wishes can’t replace preparation and actions. God will bless the works of your hand more not only the mere “Amen” in your mouth. Amen is not a plan, it’s an agreement to take actions.

THE BILL “NOT TOO YOUNG TO RUN” WON’T BE EFFECTIVE WITHOUT THE BILL “TOO OLD TO RUN”; I CALL TO STOP THE LEADERS OF YESTERDAY FROM BECOMING THE LEADERS OF TODAY, PART 1 BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

THE BILL “NOT TOO YOUNG TO RUN” WON’T BE EFFECTIVE WITHOUT THE BILL “TOO OLD TO RUN”; I CALL TO STOP THE LEADERS OF YESTERDAY FROM BECOMING THE LEADERS OF TODAY, PART 1 BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

I stand on the opinion that the just passed bill or law, “NOT TOO YOUNG TO RUN” shouldn’t call for celebration but for sober reflections for why it took us so long to get the reality and how it could be effective in a system like this where the old have no restrictions to participate actively in politics.

A quick consideration of the political system of other countries would help to expound this caption;

Away from United Nations, the minimum age requirement to contest for governorship across 50 state of the United States of America is 30years, Senate 30 years, U.S. Congress 25 years, House of Delegates 21 etc.

In Australia, any person 18 years of age or older may stand for election to public office at federal, state or local government level. The youngest ever member of the House of Representatives was 20-year-old Wyatt Roy elected in the 2010 federal election.

In Denmark, any adult 18 years of age or older can become a candidate and be elected in any public election.

In France, any citizen 18 years of age or older can be elected to the lower house of Parliament, and 24 years or older for the Senate. Minimum age for the President of France is 18.

In Iran a person must be at least 21 years old to run for president.

In the Netherlands, any adult 18 years of age or older can become a candidate and be elected in any public election.

In Norway, any adult 18 years of age or older can become a candidate and be elected in any public election.

In South Africa, Section 47, Clause 1 of the 1996 Constitution of South Africa states that “Every citizen who is qualified to vote for the National Assembly is eligible to be a member of the Assembly”, defaulting to Section 46 which “provides for a minimum voting age of 18 years” in National Assembly elections; Sections 106 and 105 provide the same for provincial legislatures.

Ghana has a voting age of 18 years with a population of over 24M, and a voting population of 13M. However, the age requirement for running for a seat in Parliament is 21 years.

In the United Kingdom, a person must be aged 18 or over (16 in Scotland) to stand in elections to all parliaments, assemblies, and councils at the European, UK, devolved, or local level. This age requirement also applies in elections to any individual elective public office.

In Venezuela, a person must be at least 30 to be President or Vice President, 21 to be a deputy for the National Assembly and 25 to be the Governor of a state.

As a social transformation strategist, I was privileged to take side on the thoughts of my fellow brother, Bar. Tosin Akande;

“Let’s ask ourselves; How many of the over 120 million Nigerian youths there are often graduate before the age of 25- the new age for eligibility for the State and Federal Honourables?

I’m not talking the insignificantly few children of the elite who graduate at 19, 20 or 21! I mean the average Naija youth.
If they graduate, how about the maturity required for such exalted offices?

How long does the average youth take to get a good job here? To settle down and start living a decent family life? Is it just about age?

Let’s see 35- the new least bar for the Presidency. Many a Nigerian youths are not even married at 35! Where is the index of responsibility? If you haven’t managed a home, where is proof that you can direct the affairs of State?! Proof, not capacity.

Millions of them might still be living with their parents due either to the economy or wait-for-it, metaphysical powers or household enemies.”

I applaud the few young dynamic personalities that stood out despite the economic and societal limitations to make impacts that commands relevance but how many youths can comfortably afford over 25 million naira for presidential election ticket and sponsor campaign expenses without thoughts of stealing back after emerging?

To be continued.

#TheDiaryOfAReformer #TheTransformationNigeriaNeeds

TELL THEM THAT I AM TIRED OF PRAYING FOR THIS COUNTRY NIGERIA AND EVEN IF I AM WRONG, PLEASE, DON’T CORRECT ME BY IYKE ORIAKU

TELL THEM THAT I AM TIRED OF PRAYING FOR THIS COUNTRY NIGERIA AND EVEN IF I AM WRONG, PLEASE, DON’T CORRECT ME BY IYKE ORIAKU

I am tired of coming online and seeing every one saying: ‘Pray for Nigeria’. As if all these years, we have been cursing Nigeria.

Where was all our prayers when armoured cars rolled into Abia State and entered private residents?

Where was our prayers when armed military men intercepted armless youths and forced them to drink mud?

Where was our prayers when the military opened fire on boys who were not with any knive and their dead bodies littered the streets of their mother land?

As if that was not enough, we were still kneeling down, praying, few hours after, they invaded a home and shot and killed many people and allegedly took their dead bodies away.

Were we not praying when harmless boys who went to pray in Ngwa High School Aba, for the success of their course were shot and killed?

Were we not praying when some herdsmen invaded communities, and slaughtered everyone insight at night? Razed down buildings and till today none of them were arrested. We were still praying, and recently, they invaded another place in Plateau State and killed scores of people, cold blooded.

And we are still kneeling down praying?



Some of the people behind boko haram bombings and killings and mass destructions were pardoned. But some of the boys who are just gathering, with no razor blade on them were shot with live bullets and killed. Many of them, their bodies were taken away. Some, were lucky to be given mass burials.

What did they do?


Because they say they want to leave Nigeria and be on their own.

Because thy say they are tired of injustice and tribalism.

Because they said they want to be left to go and kill themselves by themselves.

It is better for them to kill themselves by themselves than for a foreigner to be killing them in the name of One Nigerian. They say they want a referendum. For the whole world to see the result and judge if they are interested in Nigeria or not.

Was that too much to ask for?

Did they shoot any gun?

All the while they have been going from city to city, in their millions, have we ever heard that one bottle of coca cola was broken?

But they were cornered and slaughtered in the most heartbreaking ways. And you are still kneeling down praying for Nigeria? 

We sure need to wake up from this religious slumber. If we are praying when we should be talking, we are joking. If we run inside the church, holding a prayer program for Nigeria when we should meet our leaders in their offices and talk sense into them, we are joking.

Have we not prayed enough?…

Is Nigeria the only country with many ethnic groups seeking for secession?…

Is Nigeria the only country with many religions?…

Why will it be only Nigeria that we will be praying for every time?…

When are we going to talk to Nigeria?

Will America or Britain or France give live bullets to their military to start shooting at unarmed civilians?

Yet. These countries don’t pray half of the way we pray. But there is order and value to human lives. So, you want me to start praying for our military to know that they use rubber bullets to combat insurrections and civil defiances in other countries?…

You want me to pray so that God will go and remind our leaders that those Fulani herdsmen that has killed and are still killing people need to be arrested?

You want me to pray so that they will remember that it is constitutional all over the world for a people to peacefully seek for separation from their host States when they feel alienated?

Should we call a prayer for our leaders to know that there was no civil unrest in Umuahia, Abia State, for all these years, until few days ago when the military invaded that town?

What will be our prayer topic?



Is it for our leaders to know that human lives are more important than cattles and cows?…

How long shall we keep praying for a nation that values the lives of animals than the lives of the human being they are leading?…

A nation where children are beaten and are also beaten for crying?

This is not Nigeria against IPOB. It is a between conscience against callousness. It is a war between facts and brutality. A war between this generation and the stories they will tell the coming generation.

Have we not seen tribal chaevenism enough in this country?…

Have we not felt the heat of religious rancour enough?

What I am seeing coming to Nigeria, sitting in church and ‘praying’ for Nigeria will not be enough to save us all from it. Thousands of those that have been killed and displaced by Boko Haram insurgents were not there the day Mohammed Yusuf was killed extra judiciously by Nigeria government. But that single ‘successful operation’ has cost many families their bread winners.

We have prayed enough in Nigeria. It is time to talk to Nigeria. This is not about Nigerian Army and IPOB agitators. This is between wisdom and error. Between intellectualism and mental retardation.

The muslim religious leaders were kneeling down praying for Nigeria the way we are doing now when the government invaded Mohammed Yusuf and killed him. Since then, how many innocent Nigerians have paid for that social injustice with their lives?

Have the people that ordered the killing of that young man been affected by Boko Haram?

Have they died?…

Perhaps, none. But directly and indirectly, it has affected all the tribes of this country.

How can we kill people that we have not tried and found guilty?

May Christians not kneel down and be praying and watch this government repeat the error they did in Adamawa, in the house of Mohammed Yusuf, the founder of Boko Haram. If not, the consequences will affect everybody. Remember that Nigeria also boasted with their army with Boko Haram. They also threatened with their armoured tankers and plane fighters. But how many military men have being lost since that error was made?

And has there military capacity been enough to quench that fire we ignited and fanned by our restiveness and power drunkenness?

Friends, we have ‘prayed’ enough. Let’s look for ways to talk to our leaders. Because Nigerian Army might not have the capacity to withstand what I am seeing in the spirit.

Hmmm

We don’t want another war. And we don’t need it. Because we already have enough tribal and religious cold wars going on here.

I want to talk to IPOB members now. Brother, hate speech can only get you attention. But it will not give you the freedom. I might not tell you to drop the cause. But violence will bring a curse to the cause.

Don’t ever think about it! There is no need dying young for a cause you should be living long for? If you die, the cause might die. If you use wisdom your journey out from ‘serfdom’ might be faster.

Friends, I have spoken to IPOB. Can someone else help me speak to Nigeria?

IF they can be ready to dialogue with terrorists that have killed thousands of men and women. Why is it hard to use dialogue with these people that have not shot one bullet since they started? When machine guns replaces the use of dialogue, we are only inviting anarchy and postponing the end of rebellions.

A group of people that doesn’t deserve to be invited for dialogue has every right to ask for secession from that country.

I say No to war….

I say No to cold war…

God bless you!e

KILL THAT DISCORD; THE CHURCH, THE SOLUTION TO THE BREAKING OF NIGERIA BY EHUSANI GRACE ORAHACHI.


KILL THAT DISCORD; THE CHURCH, THE SOLUTION TO THE BREAKING OF NIGERIA BY EHUSANI GRACE ORAHACHI.

Nigeria our great nation, our home land, the land of peace and strength in diversity, the land with the prophetic mandate to evangelize the world is at the verge of breaking. 

We cannot afford to stay at ease, no longer is it okay to keep silent and watch. The church must arise and take her place. She must sit at the mountain of wailing, she must match on the streets of righteousness and never cease to labour in travail until Nigeria is healed.

For our land is sick! Sick with the disease of corruption and greed, sick from the poison of injustice and inequality, sick from the mismanagement of wicked hearts, sick from the violation of violent minds. Nigeria is sick and at the verge of death and we must arise and redeem her fast.

The mandate of God upon this nation is too grave to be slaughtered on the alter of division. God’s investment in Nigeria cannot be traded for the filthy gains of ethnic bigotry. We cannot sit down and watch the men without vision tear this nation to pieces, we must arise.

We must arise and take our stand in this nation. We must declare where our interest lie. We must make it known that we are driven beyond the present current of tribal differences. We must show that we are not going to dine at the table of greedy taste for corrupt power. We must let all know that we have one passion, one focus, one goal, to see Christ reign in Nigeria.

Yes, to see his kingdom prevail in all sectors of this nation. We must not compromise this stand, for to do otherwise is death to the nation or any nation yet to arise.

For what plagues Nigeria is beyond the distribution of the control of power, it is beyond the distribution of resource control and benefits, it is beyond the manifest injustices and political intimidation.

What plagues Nigeria is the ill of the human nature, that self that has fueled the wickedness and hardships that is tearing Nigeria apart.

Who says that it is restructuring that is the solution? Who says that Biafra would end the marginalization of man by man? No it cannot, because hidden within it, is the yeast of greed and lust for power that is soon to leaven the lump and make it unpalatable. 

Therefore the church must rise to this occasion and shine the light. The church must travail for the son of righteousness empowered with wisdom of the Holy Ghost to arise. The church must sever from strange relationships and unite to enthrone that son that would bring the reign of righteousness, justice, peace, equality and healing to Nigeria and other nations of the world.

Where the righteous rule, the nation is prosperous. Where the kingdom of Christ is established, the nation is peaceful. No peace for the nation where the wicked is in power, no matter how pure his intentions, his nature remains a reproach to the nation.

So I say to the church, arise! Nigeria is crying for the righteous Leadership only the church can provide. Selah!

I STAND WITH PASTOR SUNDAY ADELAJA BY OLAWADE DAVID


I STAND WITH PASTOR SUNDAY ADELAJA BY OLAWADE DAVID

In my pursuit for God over the years came a burden I haven’t been able to shake off over the years. Out of several burdens I had for the Kingdom, one seems to top my list which is the passion for Revival, Spiritual Re-awakening and Global Revolution. I had wept in my secret and couldn’t control the tears has I continually beheld the degrading spiritual state of men around me including believers. I saw decadence as the order of the day to the extent that it is making the headlines of the media on daily basis. I envisioned men looking for solutions and answers to their challenges and predicaments but they couldn’t get one having visited different places including the church and tried different methods.

With my heart burning as a young believer, I started seeking the face of God to equip me and grant me the enablement to contribute my quota. I discovered that the need of humanity is so much and urgent and my transformation as a believer is the transformation of many. I knew that I was not just saved and spirit-filled to remain as a mediocre because from the beginning of creation, God has a global perspective as regards His mandate. I believe that salvation is also a requirement for global impact, pace setting and trail blazing. I started asking God these questions  as an undergraduate day in and day out;

How can I be a solution to the needs of mankind?

What are the requirements for global responsibilities?

What is the essence of my redemption?

How get myself committed to solving societal ills as a believer?

As I continued waiting on the Lord, I got the response of a lifetime which made me put my hands permanently in the plough of national transformation. Guess what it is? Someone got me a book titled “CHURCH SHIFT”. The book “church shift” resulted in the paradigm shift my life experienced as regards kingdom responsibility. While reading the book with yellings in my heart, I got the answers my soul desires. I saw what true ministry is all about. I discovered the pathway for my ministry.

As if that was not enough, I had an encounter that gave me a quantum leap. The Lord while reading the book at a particular night brought the author “Pastor Sunday Adelaja” out of the pages of the book to speak with me. I can’t forget the words and the vision, it is fresh in my memory like the morning dew. The Lord instructed later to pattern my ministry after Pastor Sunday Adelaja’s order for Revival, Spiritual Re-awakening And Global Revolution.

Ever since then I had kept contact with Pastor Sunday Adelaja, he took me as a son and disciple. Words would fail me to narrate the volumes of lessons I have learnt from his words to me, his video messages and broadcast, books and materials.

His coming back to Nigeria isn’t strange to me because I have seen it in visions years ago and am conscious of it. History is about to be made in Nigeria, revolution is coming her way and a great Nigeria is a reality.

I am an influencer, an impact maker and a history maker, I am conscious of my status that is why am always ready for the service of redeeming and transforming mankind and its environment. I always count it a privilege to associate with the Apostle of the Ukrainian Revival, I say it boldly again “I STAND WITH PASTOR SUNDAY ADELAJA”.

For the love of my Mentor, Mankind and National Transformation

Olawade David B.

ABOUT THE REFORMER

Ukrainian based Pastor Sunday Adelaja is on a mission to contribute to a positive transformation of the continent of Africa starting with the programme of reformation in Nigeria. In 2015, during a two-week solitude, he claims that Jesus appeared to him and endowed him with 25 points to rid the country of its social ills.

Through his social media channel, Pastor Adelaja has shown optimism and personal conviction that his next assignment is to embark on the programme of changing the culture and value system in Nigeria.

Although this might seem to many, a daunting task but Pastor Adelaja is no stranger to turning a country around. He has a track record. He has done it before by bringing a revival to post-communist Ukraine. Pastor Adelaja considers himself a reformer and lover of God, rather than just a preacher.

His achievements in Europe can be compared to the likes of the late Pentecostal revivalist, Lewi Pethrus. In 1994 Pastor Adelaja established Word of Faith Church, which later became the Embassy of God. He is regarded as one of the most successful pastors in Europe with more than 25,000 members and 700 churches planted in over 45 countries. This has collectively brought millions to Christ. His work as a revivalist was so prevalent that in 2007, the United Nations invited him to speak on two separate occasions.

A CALL TO BRING CHANGE IN NIGERIA

Pastor Adelaja has shared that it is his aim to bring a righteous value system, not through the traditional route of planting a church, but by working alongside like-minded individuals to bring lasting change to the country. He believes that in order to bring about change, the churches will also need to play a huge role. He feels that a total character transformation is required to bring believers to a state of reflecting the image and likeness of God.

Another driving force for going back to Nigeria after 30 years in Europe is to build an effective programme in Nigeria involving high-level technocrats from all over the world with the aim of building the capacity of the nation and develop the people to enjoy a successful and accomplished life, comparable to the standard of living in the developed parts of the world.

Pastor Adelaja has already confirmed that he will be returning to Nigeria with 200 highly skilled Ukrainian and Russian citizens. He has also inviting an additional 2,000 people all over the world particularly Nigerians in diaspora to be part of his Nigerian transformational team, for a minimum of 2 years.

It is confirmed that many people have now signed up to become a part of the team, coming from diverse countries including United States, UK, China and others. These people have the chance to make history, becoming revivalist and having the opportunity of working under Pastor Adelaja’s effective and highly intense leadership.

Judging by the tangibility of his performance, it is clear that Pastor Adelaja is driven by measurable results and positive outcome. For example, in his book Money Won’t Make You Rich , he explains how he was responsible for raising 200 millionaires in less than 2 years including those regarded as down-and-outs.

Although he has contributed immensely to the advancement of the Kingdom of God, he has also faced opposition in various forms including character assassination and death threats. In his own words, he said that, *“There is no person who is in the limelight that is not being accused of one thing or the other on a regular basis. If you want to be nothing, do nothing. Maybe then people won’t accuse you of anything.”* This response to accusations levied against him actually portrayed him as someone with a very sound mind and having a thick skin, not relenting his efforts in doing good as propelled by Jesus Christ.

Prior to his plans to leave Ukraine, he has most recently written about his strategies on how he aims to impact the nation with his new book titled Nigeria and the Leadership Question .

ETERNAL DESTINY OF NIGERIA IS AT STAKE BY TOSIN ADEGOKE 

ETERNAL DESTINY OF NIGERIA IS AT STAKE BY TOSIN ADEGOKE 

“THE ETERNAL DESTINY OF NIGERIA IS AT STAKE IF GOD’S GIANTS WILL NOT RISE UP TO TAKE UP LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES”

Men will continue to march to hell as long as Christ’s ambassadors are captured and covered by denominational webs, fighting for ecclesiastical positions.

Why the unnecessary conglomeration of God’s anointed in the church while the world system is deteriorating and crying for help?

 
Is light needed in a lighted environment?

Let us step out for the transformational mandate of our dear nation.

For we are the light of the world” (Matthew 5:14). 

“The Saviours of our nation must come out of Zion to judge mount Esau and the kingdom shall be the Lord’s” (Obadiah 21).

God bless Nigeria.

Tosin Adegoke.

President, Holistic Healing Crusaders.