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Speaking In Tongues And “Christ Embassy” 

SPEAKING IN AN UNKNOWN TONGUE AND “CHRIST EMBASSY”.  An Epistle To Members of Christ Embassy. By OKE UJE.    ♡ May the peace of God be unto every Christian including members of Christ Embassy. Amen.   When people talk about Jehovah Witnesses; the first thing that comes to my mind is “Paradise”, and when people talk about Deeper Life; my first thought is “Holiness”, and when Winners Chapel is the day’s topic, I take it as synonymous to “Prosperity and Progress”. So, if I come across the denomination included in the title of this article joined by (the conjuct)...

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We Need To Be More United – Mr Ibu 

Nollywood actor John Okafor has advised countries to forge a more united African in order to attract the attention of the international community. Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday that the process should start from individual countries through the sub-regions to the continental level. He said that process of unity should start with individual countries and then on to the continental level. “We need to be more united at a time like this to get the desired attention from the international community,” he said. Okafor complained...

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Igbo Community In Kano Divorce NK, IPOB

“We want to state categorically here that we, the Igbos residing and doing business in Kano state, unequivocally state that we dissociate ourselves from the activities of IPOB and its leader, Nnamdi Kanu,” the President of Igbo Community in Kano, Chief Ebenezer Chima said. The Igbo Community Association in Kano state has dissociated itself from the activities of Independent Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) and its leader, Nnamdi Kanu. The President-General of the association, Chief Ebenezer Chima, made the position of the association known at a joint news conference in Kano on Friday. “We want to state categorically here that...

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Islam: Switzerland To Halt Facial Coverings 

Full-face coverings such as niqabs and burqas are a polarising issue across Europe, with some arguing that they symbolise discrimination against women and should be outlawed. Switzerland could become the latest country to ban facial coverings worn by some Muslim women after activists collected more than 100,000 signatures required to put the proposal to a national vote. The group, called “Yes to a Mask Ban” delivered the petition on Friday, setting up a vote by 2020. Some of its leaders also spearheaded the 2009 Swiss ban on new minarets being built in the country. A delegation of leaders from...

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Strange Disease: Kogi Govt. Appeal For Calm 

The Kogi State Commissioner for Health, Dr Saka Audu, has appealed for calm over reports of a mysterious disease in the state. The commissioner, who denied that 62 people had died from the disease, told newsmen in Lokoja that those so far diagnosed were found to be suffering from gastroenteritis and Malaria. The state Ministry of Health had in a statement put the figure of those who died at 62 in Okunran, Okoloke and Isanlu-Esa all in Yagba West Local Government Area. “The current information available to us is that the strange disease actually started six weeks ago in...

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