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DID TB JOSHUA PROPHESY MILITARY COUP IN ZIMBABWE?

In the video, the Nigerian prophet can be heard saying ‘the military are interested in embarrassing a president – either they kill him or kidnap him’. A video of popular

JAMES OKON – WINNER MAN

James Okon, a Nigerian gospel artiste based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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#TIMOMOTOSO: STATEMENT FROM MRS TAIWO OMOTOSO

The investigative unit of South African police, The Hawks, scheduled a meeting in Port Elizabeth with Rev. Tim Omotoso and his legal representatives on 20 April 2017 under the pretext

OKIKI JESU FUJI

OKIKI JESU FUJI (Adedoyin Adeotun), once a “SECULAR FUJI MUSICIAN”. He was very versatile in its characteristic, vulgarism and obscene lyrics; but now a “GOSPEL FUJI MINISTER”. In 1996, he

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YOU ARE WORTHY – UD OKON

Ukara Jesus crooner Ud Okon releases the first video from his The Glory album titled YOU ARE WORTHY

RCCG OPEN REHABILITATION CENTER

Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Tuesday urged parents, guardians and caregivers to watch out for signs of drug abuse and addiction in their children and wards to tackle

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THE CHIEF IMAM OF LAGOS, HARUNA AKINOLA, IS DEAD

The Muslim cleric passed away on Sunday after a brief illness at the age of 80. Mr. Akinola died at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, a source said. the

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WE WILL IGNORE IPOB PROVOCATIONS – AREWA YOUTHS

The coalition of Nothern youth groups has stated that it will ignore the ‘provocative’ actions of the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) group, following the attack carried out on some Hausa

Catholic priest in Nigeria kidnapped, murdered

Orlu, Nigeria, Sep 5, 2017 / 03:32 pm (CNA).- A Catholic priest was kidnapped and found murdered in Nigeria, local sources have confirmed. According to local news source Vanguard, Fr.

Boko Haram attacks killed 400 since April – Amnesty International

A surge in attacks by Boko Haram fighters has claimed nearly 400 lives since April in Nigeria and Cameroon, double the figure of the previous five months, according to a